Criminal Minds 401: A Glimpse into Darkness

2020-01-22 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
ATDC Community Room (Room 2525)
Address: 75 5th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30308, USA

About the class

How do our Cyber adversaries think? Easy, like the rest of us. Well, with a slightly different optic. In this interactive presentation, we expose the audience to some real-life subject interviews and Michael’s observations of each. We will hone in on four critical elements (exhibited by all of Michael’s subjects) used to explain criminality.

Take Away: Cyber threats are not only external but internal as well. Attendees will be able to identify and guard their business against individuals who exhibit these criminal traits.

About the speaker
Michael F. D. Anaya is currently the Head of Global Cyber Investigations for a leading AdTech company, DEVCON. He joined DEVCON after 14 years of FBI experience leading expansive investigations and overseeing a countless number of arrests, search warrants and dismantlements of cyber threat actor sets. Michael is one of the foremost experts on cyber threat actors and as spoken on cyber security over 500 times around the world.

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Save the date for other classes in the series
February 5: The Dark Web
February 19:  The Big Three Cyber Threats
March 4: Phishing Schemes
March 18: Supply Chain Threats
April 1: Tabletop Exercise

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