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Why should your employees know how to phish - Mike Morris (ShowMeCon 2019) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Why should your employees know how to phish
Mike Morris

ShowMeCon 2019
http://www.showmecon.com

Hackers have similar traits to intelligence operatives, both are intelligent, patient, skilled in their craft and very aware of their surroundings. However, the odds are always in the favor of hackers, they need to only win once out of numerous attempts. Organizations, on the other hand, are understaffed, underbudgeted, have tight deadlines and employ individuals who often lack the skillsets to defend the organization. Worst of all, the organization must always win. How are organizations to compete? This talk will cover the hacker methodology, organization weaknesses and the benefits of championing inexpensive and effective education programs for their employees.

Bio: Mike Morris is a 25 year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, having served as a Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent specializing in Cyber Crime, Computer Forensics, and Tactical Penetrations. After retiring from the FBI, Mike was a Manager with PWC in incident response and later was the Director of IT Security for a fortune 500 energy company. With more than 33 years of experience in cyber security and digital forensics, Mike is now focused on educating future IT professionals, serving as Program Chair for cybersecurity undergraduate programs at Western Governors University. Mike earned a Masters, Auditing Information Systems degree from the University of West Florida.

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