Want to learn more about cyber security and social engineering?
Lisa Forte is an experienced keynote speaker and trainer having spoken at major conferences around the world.
GCHQ certified Social Engineering Awareness Course, 6th Febuary 2019, London UK
The GCHQ Certified Social Engineering Awareness Course equips you with the skills to identify and combat social engineering attacks. We do this by placing you in the position of the hackers to enable you to “see what the hackers see”
Cyber Attack War Game Exercise by Red Goat Cyber Security, 6th Febuary 2019, London UK
Join us in the Ops Room for an immersive cyber-attack experience.
In teams you will have to prioritise tasks, manage resources and make quick decisions to save your business from a cyber attack. How will you handle the media? What will you tell staff and clients? Will you pay that ransom?
Digital Ship: Cyber Resilience Forum, 4th December 2018, London UK
IPExpo Europe: 3-4 Oct, ExCel London, UK
Real cases of social engineering: hackers, competitors and insiders
Social engineering can range from a simple phishing email to a prolonged campaign to turn one of your employees into a malicious insider. Lisa will share some interesting cases she has worked on involving large organisations that have been attacked through social engineering by both malicious actors and competitors. She will detail how the process works, what to look out for when it comes to insider threats and how cyber organised crime groups are trading in fake social media profiles.
Chief Wine Officer: 5th July 2018, London, UK
Real cases of social engineering: hackers, competitors and insiders.
Lisa Forte, cyber crime expert, will share how social engineering can range from a simple phishing email to a prolonged campaign to turn one of your employees into a malicious insider. Lisa will share some interesting cases she has worked on involving large organisations that have been attacked through social engineering by both malicious actors and competitors. She will detail how the process works, what to look out for when it comes to insider threats and how cyber organised crime groups are trading in fake social media profiles.
Women of Silicon Roundabout: 26-27 June 2018 ExCel London, UK
What The Hacker Sees
Lisa Forte - Cyber Security @ Red Goat
Lisa uses her experience from working in one of the UK Police Cyber Crime Units to highlight how hackers use information we put on platforms such as Facebook to launch targeted attacks. In this session you will be become the hackers. You will walk through how intelligence is gathered and how malicious emails are crafted. You will never look at Facebook friend requests in the same way again....
Maritime CIO Conference: 21st June, London, UK
How I Destroyed a Country’s Maritime Industry in 3 days
Ever wondered what would happen to your company if you were attacked? Whilst working in the UK Police Cyber Crime Unit Lisa saw that poor strategic and tactical decision making during an attack was often to blame for a lot of the damage.
Lisa was recently hired to run a cyber-attack simulation on a country’s maritime sector, both military and commercial. She will discuss some of the mistakes that they made which led to their downfall in just 3 days.
You will learn about the benefits of wargaming attacks and why it is vital that you run them within your own company because your decisions during an attack could destroy your company.
APMG Webinar: Why you need to start thinking like a hacker 19th June 2018
Criminal Justice Evolution Podcast: 23rd April 2018
Hello everyone and welcome back. In this episode, Patrick talks with Lisa Forte. Lisa is a Cyber Security Expert and Trainer, International Speaker, Writer and Penetration Tester. Lisa spent many years working for one of the U.K.'s Police Cyber Units before founding her own company, Red Goat Cyber Security. Patrick and Lisa talk about the cyber security threats facing the world and some ways to prevent them, the importance of social engineering and other informative topics.
Scot Secure: 27th March 2018, Edinburgh, Scotland
Social Engineering: why we need to start seeing what the hackers see
- Example cases involving social engineering
- Why some cultures are more at risk than others
- Simple lessons to take away from the companies that have been attacked
- How changing the way we view online information could be our best defence against social engineering.
iShipping Conference: 27-28th Feb 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark
Marinetech: December 2017 Shanghai, China
Real World Maritime Cyber Threats and How to Avoid Them
- Common threats to have on your radar and how to avoid them;
- Insider threats; and
- What we need to learn from UK cyber-crime cases and intelligence