Jenny Radcliffe wrote a new post, Should we hire a Hacker….? On Trust, Diversity and Common Sense, on the site CIO WaterCooler | CIOs CTOs & Change Agents
Jenny Radcliffe wrote a new post, Should we hire a Hacker….? On Trust, Diversity and Common Sense, on the site InfoSecurity WaterCooler
Practically speaking, What differentiates a Black Hat versus White Hat is that either it’s passion to do something extraordinary, Passion to exploit, Passion to explore weakness & technologies ; flaws. And next priorities are money, fame, recognition. When White Hat does the same it’s called ethical since it is order to explore exploits and close the security loopholes at various application, network, authentication and core layers , wrappers.
If we don’t hire such enthusiast and passionate skills, somebody who wants disruption and is evil minded extortionate, they will.
Trusting and moulding such skilled resources towards the benefits and security of our business is the key to success. In my entire career met some of them and I am glad that they contribute towards the benefits of our society, business and human cause by way of social welfare and awareness free of cost.
So it’s not impossible though, you need a strong logical reasoning and influential power to make them adapt towards the good cause.
Enjoyed this sense of humour and the ideology behind the article. Last but not the least we can’t prevent identity theft and misuse 100% however if we use these same thinkers at our side, we can at least combat using corrective and preventive measures.
Appreciate the article.
Social Engineer, Keynote speaker, Negotiator, Trainer I am an expert in the psychology and tactics behind Social Engineering attacks, as well as negotiations, nonverbal communication and deception. I have a strong academic and corporate background, and was a senior procurement leader before becoming a consultant and trainer in both negotiation and procurement strategy and skills. I lecture at several business schools at Masters level in many business topics and am a guest lecturer in both security and procurement disciplines. I help clients in different ways from psychological pen-testing, to breaking security systems, from coaching and training, to strategic assignments, crisis situations and professional investigative work. I can assist with leading negotiations on behalf of clients or coaching individuals and teams to excel in this area. I am a professional speaker, and appear regularly at conferences, webinars and company events,(Rant, InfoSec, Disa, NordicIT) and I talk about how “people hacking” using psychological methods can be a huge threat to organisations of all sizes. I help security teams and professionals to use the tools of human hackers to enhance awareness campaigns, persuade and influence their stakeholders and understand how culture contributes to organisational vulnerability. I offer consultancy, training and coaching services ranging from skills assessments and corporate psychological profiling, to masterclasses in all of my areas of expertise including non-verbal communications, lie detection, social engineering, rapid rapport building and public speaking.