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Friday also included our first panel discussion with workshop trainers Anne-Maartje Oud, Chris Hadnagy, and Joe Navarro. All were interviewed by Maxie Reynolds who kept the conversation focused on nonverbals and human hacking. With each expert weighing in on topics, our attendees were able to have their questions answered with a live Q&A segment!
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The Human Behavior Conference will be held in person in Orlando, Florida! Safety measures and protocols for COVID-19 will be forthcoming. But for now, make sure to mark your calendars for March 24-26, 2022. Tickets are now available on our website www.humanbehaviorcon.com.
You can find our bios and emails listed on the Meet the Current Residents page, but on the grand scheme of things, here's who we are: we are a tight-knit bunch (6 per class) of human beings who are hacking our way through new territory together and loving every (well okay, almost every) minute of it. We are MD's and DO's, but also parents, spouses, artists, explorers and carpenters. We are doers, hopers, dreamers and weirdos that are somehow also (for the most part) functioning human beings. Some of us had other lives and other careers before going into medicine while others jumped in without a second thought. We are groundbreakers, leaders and sarcastic ED residents, but also laid-back teammates and friends who help pull each other across the finish line.
Any residency program will get you the education you need to be an EM physician, but what's just as important is to find your place and your people, both of which will help mold you into the practitioner and human being you want to be. It's not just the destination, but also the journey. And even if your journey is not with us, enjoy the trip and best of luck!
Criminals use social engineering tactics because it is usually easier to exploit your natural inclination to trust than it is to discover ways to hack your software. For example, it is much easier to fool someone into giving you their password than it is for you to try hacking their password (unless the password is really weak).
Cyborgism is more than an artistic endeavour or a tech folly, but an identity, offering the chance to reinvent your physical self in whatever way you see fit. This is hardly new: in 1985, feminist philosopher Donna Haraway published A Cyborg Manifesto, exhorting readers to transcend the constraints of gender and biological essentialism to find togetherness in an altogether post-human world where we form our own identities.
Today our hosts Karl and James are joined by Sami Laiho to talk about how he became one of the leading public speakers in the world of Microsoft topics, how choosing your words wisely can convince people to take security seriously, and how he dealt with the Vastaamo ransomware attack, the largest crime ever committed in Finland. Follow the human side of cybersecurity on today's Adventures of Alice & Bob episode.
Today our hosts Karl and James are joined by our very own Marc Maiffret to talk about the evolution of hacking and cyber security, Marc's experience being raided by the FBI as a teenager, the infamous Code Red worm he co-discovered, and how cybersecurity will be different in the near future. Follow the human side of cybersecurity on today's Adventures of Alice & Bob episode.
Knowing the history of these attacks is useful, but overall, it is not going to protect you. The attackers are always ahead of those of us who are defending our information. A social engineer will always find a new way to do what they do. Someone who wants to target your company is considered an unending well of creativity, and must be treated as such. Keep in mind, technology always changes, but the humans utilizing that technology do not change. You can protect yourself with all the technology you want, but just one human mistake can blow your company's doors wide open. Humans are the attack surface on which a social engineer strikes.
They want things that will make their professional lives even easier than we, in IT, struggle to make it. Unfortunately, in IT, we are in the habit of saying, "Yes." I have seen directors and CTOs create special exceptions for other high-ranking users to garner favors and popularity, but also because they are scared for their own position. This is lazy; this is arrogant; this is stupid, but this is most of all, human. We human beings are the system attacked by social engineering, and then we leave ourselves open by falling prey to our insecurities, giving an attacker an invitation to storm our gates. All IT needs to learn how to say is "No," and IT management needs to be strong and stubborn for the good of a company. One of the best ways to protect your company from social engineers is to learn how to say, "No." Keep politics and climbing the office ladder out of IT security.
Phishing, in general, has been being used a lot for the past couple of years by cyber criminals to break into an organization. Ranked #3 on the Verizon Report in 2014, it was made clear that cyber criminals are focusing more on the human factor instead of the technology in place.This is because it is not expensive to craft a phishing email. There are open source tools such as SET (Social Engineering Toolkit) that could help an attacker to circumvent high-end technology. Spam filters are great, but they end up being a fundamental layer of security to an organization if the attacker knows how to trick the user into cooperating without making him or her click on a link. One perfect example would be receiving an email from your bank asking you to call a number provided in the email to change your ATM PIN. The cyber criminal provides a number where he is waiting to forward the communication to the real bank, but mirroring/capturing/sniffing the traffic or conversation that the user trusted the number in the email.
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It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at the University at Buffalo (UB), the State University of New York. Over the last few decades, research and contributions in computer science and engineering have made an incredible impact on our daily lives, and have driven the advancement of our society. Now is an exciting time to become a computer scientist or computer engineer, and I am thrilled to welcome you to your journey.
In Internet activism, hacktivism, or hactivism (a portmanteau of hack and activism), is the use of computer-based techniques such as hacking as a form of civil disobedience to promote a political agenda or social change. With roots in hacker culture and hacker ethics, its ends are often related to free speech, human rights, or freedom of information movements. 041b061a72