EVENT REVIEW: Use of emotions, the most effective weapon to perform a cyber attack
For Kevin Mitnick, the hacker who in the 90s put the FBI in check, a super-cyberarm is not necessary to effectively undermine any system, rather simple gadgets and the use of social engineering are enough.
The Ethical Hacker: Are You Accounting for One of Your Largest Cybersecurity Risks?
I’ve written on this topic before, and despite the danger of sounding like a broken record, I will repeat myself: Cybersecurity is all about risk management. Many of you are likely working with your company’s chief information security officer (CISO) and security teams to help assess and control this cyberrisk. (At least I hope you are.) And one of the first things most security professionals recommend is taking an inventory of your IT assets. In fact, it’s embodied in the first Function of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework:
WATCH: You probably shouldn’t use public Wi-Fi—here’s what you should use instead
Video: Kevin Mitnick
Public Wi-Fi hotspots might seem like a convenience, but they can also be a threat to your privacy. One of the most famous hackers in the United States and author of the book “The Art of Invisibility” explains why you might want to think twice before connecting.
Hacker Kevin Mitnick on the risks of human components for well being information safety
Legendary hacker Kevin Mitnick, who spent practically three years as a fugitive from the FBI earlier than being arrested in 1995, had some helpful recommendation for the healthcare chief data officers on the CHIME-HIMSS CIO Discussion board on Sunday.
Take a tip from one of the world’s best known hackers, Kevin Mitnick, who for 20 years was on the FBI’s most wanted list until he was caught in 1995 and jailed for five years. Today Mitnick runs a private consulting company that claims a 100 percent successful track record of penetrating the security of any system he is paid to hack.