Kevin Mitnick’s keynote presentations are one part magic show, one part education, and all parts entertaining. Whether delivered virtually or live, Kevin will entertain and educate your audience with real demonstrations of the latest hacking techniques to help raise the security awareness of individuals and organisations worldwide while keeping attendees on the edge of their seats.
Formerly one of the FBI’s “Most Wanted” targets for his elite hacking, there’s no one more qualified than Kevin to talk about the art of cyber deception. Your audience will watch in pure astonishment as the most elusive digital trickster in history shares a live look inside the mind of a hacker.
His most popular keynote speeches include:
Hacked – A Keynote with Kevin Mitnick
The #1 Cyber Security Awareness Presentation
In this 60-minute keynote speech, delivered virtually or in-person, audience members will follow along as Kevin hacks multiple systems in real-time and exposes just how vulnerable individuals - and enterprises - really are.
In Hacked, Kevin creates a custom hacking experience for your organisation or attendees, showcasing not just the power of social engineering in the hands of a competent hacker, but also the latest threats that you may be exposed to today. Throughout the presentation, Kevin will share stories, experiences, and history of his most thrilling exploits and successful infiltrations.
Hook, Line, and Sinker: How Phishers Bait Remote Workers with Social Engineering
When it comes to fishing, you can reel in a big catch with the right bait. Cyber “phishing” is no different; all a hacker needs is a clever backstory and a little deceit to turn your employees into suckerfish.
Now more than ever, remote employees are being caught in malicious social engineering nets. Knowing all-too-well that many companies aren’t taking proper security measures and that employees are distracted while working from home, bad actors posing as trusted sources are tricking your staff into clicking infected links and sharing private information to hack their way into your servers.
How do you prevent users from falling hook, line, and sinker?
Better protection starts with proper awareness and education.
Kevin Mitnick, the world’s most famous hacker, will use live demonstrations to illustrate how cyber criminals take advantage of your employee’s trust through the art of social engineering.
This acclaimed presentation will entertain your employees while educating them about the latest cyber threats— risks many don't even know exist!
This eye-opening exposé demonstrates just how easily anyone can be tricked into handing over the keys to the kingdom. Not only will listeners hear real-life accounts of Kevin’s exploits and see live hacks right before their eyes, but “Hook, Line, and Sinker” will also explore the psychology of deception— from the neuroscience behind why we take the bait to cognitive defences anyone can use to swim smoothly through an ocean of digital threats.
Drawing the Curtain: “Houdini of Hackers” Reveals the Latest Social Engineering Tricks
When it comes to hacking, the average person has no idea how it actually works. And while— just like magic— cyber breaches often seem to appear out of nowhere, hacking is often not always as mysterious as you may think.
As the “Houdini of Hackers” Kevin Mitnick is known for his spellbinding live demonstrations, where he lifts the veil to show, step-by-step, what real hackers are hiding up their sleeves.
Bad actors use information about your company and your employees against you, posing as trusted sources to gain access into your networks. These “social engineers” use human psychology to deceive you and your workforce; and in this talk, we’re drawing back the curtains to reveal their biggest tricks.
It Takes One to Know One: Live Hacking Demonstrations with the World’s Once “Most Wanted” Hacker
The iconic saying goes, “it takes one to know one”— and in many cases, it’s true. That’s why when it comes to hacking, you can’t trust the theory of cybersecurity alone. You also need to understand its application.
On the playing field of cybersecurity keynotes, others just talk about the game, while Kevin Mitnick actually plays. There’s no one more qualified than Kevin to talk about the art of cyber deception. Through live demonstrations, Kevin illustrates exactly how cyber criminals take advantage of your employee’s trust through the art of social engineering.