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S3SS10N Wednesday – Cyber Insider Threat

Published: August 3, 2016 | By: Max Alexander | Views: 3353
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Max Alexander
Currently a Federal Law Enforcement Officer, Max is a graduate of the Defense Cybercrime Investigation Academy’s Cyber Crime Investigation program. He has 17 years of special operations and investigative experience, and has worked with and provided training to local, state, federal, and foreign law enforcement and military organizations.
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  1. Profile image for doon08

    Awesome video, I just wanted to know the names of the malicious insiders you referred to (Edward Snowden,…)!

  2. Profile image for khandr

    Thnx for sharing…great presentation…

  3. Profile image for cmoreau

    Great info and thanks for the presentation. It’s something that most of us in IT Security are aware of and some is learned through best practice. It’s a topic that I get invites for webinars for on a daily basis. The biggest threat is becoming noticed as the Insider, and for good reason. I would think/hope that most insider incidents are actually caused through non-malicious, non-intentional means (lack of knowledge, lack of training, etc). Either way, this is good information to make sure we stay focused and do not ignore possible threats. Again, thanks for the information,

  4. Profile image for garbski

    Thanks for the presentation!

  5. Profile image for chezzar

    This three piece suit plus the bow tie are all that. BTW: great presentation.

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