Hacking-the-Wetware:How One Noob Compromised a Cybersecurity Company with Social Engineering

1:50 pm - 2:10 pm

Objective: Guidance
Audience Level: Beginner/Intermediate
Session Type: Presentation

Social Engineering (SE) is one of the most severe threats to security and privacy because anyone can do it - even a noob. This talk outlines real-world SE examples, and seemingly innocuous information that could compromise a company. Learn the methods SEs use to mine data and exploit behavior to own targets, and how women are uniquely skilled as SEs - from a 2016 DEFCON SE Capture the Flag winner.


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