Cyber Security Atlanta 2018
Brain Wars: Simple Cyber Terrorism Life Hacks for Everyday People
Explicitly designing cyberterrorist attacks that bypass physical harm to individuals and focus on their psychological aspects are here to stay. These types of cyberattacks are deemed as less harmful types of cyberattacks or cybercrime as opposed to non-lethal cyberterrorism. The perception of disruption associated with these types of cyberattacks is much lower than cyberterrorism attacks resulting in actual physical damage. Exploiting human vulnerabilities is easier than exploiting system vulnerabilities and the potential outcome of such cyberattacks is grossly underestimated. Humans are the critical infrastructure of society and the effects of phycological disruption can outweigh the effects of physical harm.
What You Will Take Away From This Session:
- Cognitive hacks: Deception & TrustPerception hacks
- Association & Learning Persuasion hacks
- Cognitive Biases & EmotionsBot hacks
- Weaponized AI
Diana Candela, a Cyber-Risk strategist who characterizes the alignment of Tech, Security, and Privacy. A mostly anonymous leading expert on multi-national IT Regulatory Compliance with over 20 years experience across a variety of public and private sectors including Manufacturing, Energy, Banking, Healthcare and Government. Diana promotes sound, risk-based decisions to drive security and privacy as by-products of compliance activities. Diana is also a cheery, public speaker and cyber security blog enthusiast, who casually avoids the tech lingo and loves to drive Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) operational excellence topics to both technical and non-technical audiences alike.
Diana holds multiple certifications including: CEH, ECSA, CNDA, LPT, CSSGB, ITIL, DHS-FEMA-NIMS. She’s been a part of the Comprehensive Cyberterrorism Defense (CCD) Program and has completed the Cyberterrorism First Responder (CFR) and Cybersecurity Proactive Defense (CPD) trainings. She has a MS in Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance and almost a PhD.