Speaker Cybersecurity/ Cybercrime
Profiling Hackers – The Psychology of Cybercrime
Since the Corona crisis, the cloud and remote work have become part of everyday life. Digitization brings opportunities, but also poses risks. Cybercrime is becoming one of the most important threats of this decade. But what kind of people or groups are attacking companies digitally? What motivates hackers? What are the latest Social Engineering techniques, used by Cybercriminals? Psychological manipulation (so-called Social Engineering) is involved in 95% of cyber attacks, – humans are clearly the weakest link. But something can be done about it.
Mark T. Hofmann is a Crime- & Intelligence Analyst, trained and certified in the United States. He is a university lecturer for Behavioral & Cyber Psychology and takes you on a journey into the mind of the perpetrator. He has met and anonymously interviewed hackers, – including individuals whose acts remain undiscovered to this day. Get a rare glimpse into the Psychology of Cybercrime from one of the best-known Profilers. Apart from the technical aspects, he focuses on the human factor and detecting Social Engineering. He informs, inspires, creates awareness and shows, how you can become a human firewall.
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