As many as 95% of “cyber attacks” involve human error or manipulation. We are all targets of scammers and con-artists and could easily become victims, but how do we spot a scammer? What do we do when we think we are being conned? And how can we keep ourselves and our families more safe and secure?
As part of Safer Internet Day (09/02/21) Jenny Radcliffe aka “The People Hacker” will give her advice on how to protect ourselves from malicious individuals looking to hack the humans and shares tips for staying safer online and making ourselves harder targets for the criminals looking to turn us all into victims.
This talk will took place Tuesday 9 February 2021 6-7pm
More about Jenny...
Jenny Radcliffe, also known as “The People Hacker,” is a world renowned Social
Engineer, hired to bypass security systems through a no-tech mixture of psychology,
con-artistry, cunning and guile.
A "burglar" for hire, she has spent a lifetime talking her way into secure locations,
protecting clients from scammers, and leading educational simulated criminal
attacks on organisations of all sizes in order to help secure money, data
and information from those with genuine malicious intent.
Jenny is a sought after keynote speaker, panelist and moderator at major conferences
and corporate events, both in-person and online, and is a multiple TEDX contributor.
An entertaining educator, she is the go-to guest expert on the human element of
security, scams, cons and hacks and has appeared on numerous television and radio
shows, as well as online media and traditional press outlets.
She is also the host of the award winning podcast “The Human Factor” interviewing
industry leaders, writers, bloggers, experts, fellow social engineers and ethical conartists about people and the stories connected to security.
Jenny was recognised as one of the top 25 Women in Cyber in 2020 by IT Security
Guru, and as a Top 50 Women of Influence in Cyber in 2019. She was nominated for
the prestigious “Godmother of Security” award in 2020 and won the “Most Educational
Security Blog 2020.”
For more information visit https://humanfactorsecurity.co.uk/