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World Class Investigator Podcast w/ Jenny Radcliffe

Date: February 19 2018

Source: World Class Investigator

“Jenny Radcliffe – aka “The People Hacker” – is a force to be reckoned with. She can diffuse a crisis situation, talk her way into a secure building and spot a psychopath at a hundred paces. She has been called a mind reader and a ‘human lie detector’, and likened to a Jedi Knight. In reality, she is an expert in Social Engineering (the human element of security), negotiations, non-verbal communication, and deception, using her skills to help clients from corporations and law enforcement, to poker players, politicians and the security industry protect themselves from malicious social engineering attacks.”

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On Leadership, Focus and Self-Confidence

Date: February 9 2018

Source: LinkedIn

“The tumour would kill him, of that much the doctors were certain. Its hungry tentacles burrowing into parts of his old and clever brain that a surgeons knife could never reach. Now, explained the young doctor, it was really just a question of quality of life over the coming and final few months, of managing pain, prolonging mobility, making the old man as comfortable as possible in his last moments. The elderly Chinese man listened carefully, as his son translated the doctor’s words.”

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Use IT Or Lose IT

Date: February 8 2018

Source: TechCentral

“The great virtue of the general purpose computer, particularly the networked computer, is its flexibility, but this is also its greatest flaw. To call computers ‘broken by design’ is only a slight exaggeration, and the development in the consumer space of locked-down devices, such as Apple’s iOS phones and tablets, shows precisely where the problem lies: users.”

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Recording Of Social Engineering With Jenny Radcliffe

Date: February 8 2018

Source: The Many Hats Club

“This is the recording of last week;s session with Jenny Radcliffe discussing all things Social Engineering, in particular physical red teaming, and what organisations can do to better prepare and defend against SE attacks.”

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Keeping Business Moving

Date: February 2018

Source: Enterprise Management 360

“Business continuity is big business! According to statistics from Gartner, the market for business continuity and disaster recovery solutions is projected to reach $61.7 billion. By 2020, the Disaster Recovery as a Service (DraaS) market is expected to reach $11.92 billion. Despite these statistics, 42% of companies do not have a failover solution if a critical application goes down or a business continuity plan.”

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Phishing Attacks: First Steps To Take

Date: February 2018

Source: Natwest

“Someone in your business has accidentally clicked on a malicious link – now what? This is how to minimise the damage. Phishing is one of the main cyber-security issues facing businesses and can lead to a range of damaging scenarios, including the theft of passwords, banking details or confidential records. Alternatively, one click may install ransomware on a computer, leaving it unusable until a fee is paid to hackers..”

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#tweetalong – Catch Me If You Can

Date: January 2018

Source: Twitter

Visit @Jenny_Radcliffe on Twitter and use #tweetalong to check out Jenny’s tweets, along with those of her followers, to the movie Catch Me If You Can, considered one of the best social engineering and general con artist movies!

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Jenny Radcliffe as guest editor for Infosecurity Magazine on Twitter

Date: December 11 2017

Source: Twitter

Jenny Radcliffe recently served as a guest editor for Infosecurity Magazine on Twitter at their page @InfosecurityMag.

The publication has utilised the expertise and guidance of several key figures within infosec all week long on its Twitter page, and the experiment began with our own Jenny!

Jenny took questions from followers about their experiences and concerns with social engineering, including examples of previous security threats and how people can take extra caution to avoid such problems as we head into the Christmas season. There was also a light-hearted approach to Jenny’s time in front of the keyboard; for instance, Jenny gave her opinion on whether Die Hard really is a Christmas film or not!

You can click the link below to check out the Infosecurity Magazine timeline on Twitter as managed by Jenny, and you can also click here for further information about Jenny’s day behind the @InfosecurityMag keyboard!

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How social engineers fool your firm – and how to stop them

Date: November 13 2017

Source: Illuminate

Social engineering is not about the hackers and cyber-criminals you see in the headlines. Social engineering is the human element of security, and is also defined as the psychological manipulation of people into carrying out actions or divulging confidential information.

Kevin Mitnick, one of the world’s most well-known and notorious social engineers, stated there’s “no patch for stupidity” when it comes to social engineering attacks. Industry professionals realise the best-laid plans and most sophisticated systems can be greatly damaged by just one person’s careless or malicious actions.

As an ethical social engineer, I understand how to manipulate and fool, to persuade and cajole, to influence and convince. I do this in order to demonstrate weakness, replicate malicious attackers and help companies patch up vulnerabilities. I have observed first-hand how easily people can be led to talk too much, become too trustworthy and thus ‘open the company kimono’ to attackers of all backgrounds for a variety of different reasons.

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The Cyber-Security Industry – Yvonne Eskenzi

Date: November 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“The Cyber-Security industry feels like its on steroids. Eskenzi PR has never been busier and our clients are seeing more traction and expansion than ever before. Is it GDPR, companies needing to use up their budgets, people planning for 2018 or just my imagination?”

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Barclays Embarrassing Fraud Clinic – Jenny Radcliffe

Date: November 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“And that’s a wrap! Thanks to Barclays and to all the Digital Eagles, the lovely Julie Clegg & everyone who helped organise it all! And special thanks to all the lovely people of #London #Manchester & #Glasgow for joining us to help beat #fraud! Stay Safe & Secure!”

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Your greatest cyber threat comes from within

Date: October 29 2017

Source: The Business Post

Lock the doors, close the windows, set the alarm and your building is secure. Create firewalls, encrypt mobile phones, beef upemail security, and you’ve begun to protect yourself digitally. There is one factor, however, that means you will never be fully protected – people.

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Ever been scammed online? The Embarrassing Fraud Clinic is coming to Glasgow to help you

Date: October 27 2017

Source: Glasgow Live

Have you ever been the victim of scam?

Barclays Embarrassing Fraud Clinic are rolling into Glasgow on Saturday October 28 – a touring surgery that aims to remove the stigma around being conned and encourage people to talk more openly about it.

Those interested can book individual sessions with fraud and cyber-security experts Jennifer Radcliffe, a “people hacker” and expert on the role of social engineering in fraud and Julie Clegg, former Detective and Intelligence Expert on Channel 4’s TV Show ‘Hunted’, as well as Barclays own cyber experts known as the Digital Eagles.

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IGX Global Security Stage – Peter Wright

Date: October 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“Enjoyed chairing the IGX Global Security Stage at the European Legal Security Forum, part of the London Law Expo, at Old Billingsgate in the City yesterday. As well as introducing speakers including Amar Singh, Lee Fisher, the NCSC and Jenny Radcliffe, I delivered a Data Protection breach simulation, “wargaming” what an organisation needs to consider as part of its Breach Response Plan should the worst happen. See #LLE2017 to see more of the social media posts from a very enjoyable and productive day :)”

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Barclays Embarrassing Fraud Clinic – Julie Clegg

Date: October 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“Well, after a week of countless radio interviews, photo and video shoots, my week on the road with the Barclays Embarrassing Fraud Clinic is over. We travelled from London to Manchester to Glasgow and back again and I heard so many stories from victims of crime, learned about new fraud techniques and hopefully helped a lot of people with their feelings of guilt, fear and shame around their victimisation. A fantastic experience working with the lovely Jenny Radcliffe and some of the Barclays Digital Eagles. Let’s keep talking openly about frauds and scams…it’s how we empower ourselves and law enforcement to beat these criminals.”

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Social Engineering – Erik Johansson

Date: October 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“Awesome dinner talk by Jenny Radcliffe about the adventure of Social Engineering at the CS3Sthlm summit in Stockholm
#peoplehacker”

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IP EXPO Europe – Andrew Speakmaster

Date: October 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“Great talk by Jenny Radcliffe @ IPEXPO EUROPE”

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Barclays Embarrassing Fraud Clinic – Ross Martin

 

Date: October 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“A fantastic day working alongside Julie Clegg and Jenny Radcliffe to promote Barclays Embarrassing Fraud Clinics! New research reveals that only 1/4 fraud cases are reported to police with many too embarrassed to come forward!”

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National Management Conference – Lisa Marie Hogan

Date: September 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“I must say, I really enjoyed Jenny Radcliffe’s talk at today’s National Management Conference. Could have listened to her examples all day. Just like watching the heist shows I love, but with the added bonus of it being justified for work! On a serious note though, there were some excellent (if scary) items that we all really need to be aware of, for not only company, but personal security. Now off to double check my Facebook security settings …”

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Secure Computing Forum – Laura Byrne

Date: September 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“‘There’s no patch for human stupidity’ Jenny Radcliffe Secure Computing Forum 2017”

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Safe House – Total Threat Intelligence – Michelle McGinnis

Date: September 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“Only a few days remaining to register for the Launch of Safe House – Total Threat Intelligence being held at the Imperial War Museum on October 19 2017. Guest speakers include Jenny Radcliffe ‘The People Hacker’. Jenny is an expert in social engineering (the human element of security) and is able to explain how using psychological methods can be a huge threat to organisations of all sizes. An exceptional speaker and regular at major security events, we are thrilled that she is joining us.”

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ISACA Women’s Initiative – Sarah Orton

Date: August 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“Delighted to share details of the rescheduled inaugural event for the ISACA women’s initiative in Manchester on 9 October. Look forward to seeing you there!”

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Day 12: Emergency Planning College, Security and Risk Management Consultants Course (MBA with Risk and Resilience Option) – Matthew Davis

Date: July 15 2017

Source: LinkedIn

“I told you the speaker would be interesting. Would I lie to you? If I did, how would you know? Today’s speaker would know. Random students told stories. Some lied. Some didn’t. Our human lie detector knew. Channelling Rumsfeld from yesterday, we knew she knew what she knew … because she had written it down on the reverse of the board. Damn, she’s good. Jenny Radcliffe. People hacker.”

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Interview Series – Jenny: Social Engineering Expert – Ella Botting

Date: June 26 2017

Source: Cyber Women

“Jenny is an expert in social engineering, which is the human element of security. She is know as the “people hacker” and is respected as a world authority in her field. It is Jenny’s people skills that have been the driving force for her success and she reminds us that no matter how technical or digital our lives become, people skills are just as, if not more important. Jenny is a regular keynote at major security events, has taught all over the world and has given 4 TED talks. I think it goes without saying Jenny is an inspiration and a force to be reckoned with. With a Bachelor’s in English Language and Literature and an MBA in Business Strategy, Jenny is a champion ‘non-techie’ in a techie world. It is an honour to gain some insights into Jenny’s journey and she has offered us some spectacular advice! Thank you Jenny, and thank you to Gary @ Agenci for the introduction.”

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Being A Bad-Ass – Jenny Mugridge

Date: June 2 2017

Source: Liverpool Girl Geeks

“I recently went along to ‘How To Be A Bad-Ass’ training, which was provided by Liverpool Girl Geeks and led by Jenny Radcliffe. The two-hour session was designed to address some of the known issues around women in tech; namely, that we often lack key negotiation skills and the resilience to navigate a male-dominated workplace. Here, I’m going to share some of the insights so that you too can become a Bad-Ass …”

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