On-Demand Webinar:

Why Hacking is More a Behavioral Problem Than a Technological One

Recorded: July 14, 2020


Recorded: July 14, 2020
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Overview:
Why hacking is more a behavioral problem than a technological one. Plus how to inspect any cloud for malware with one security tool.

Dr Matthew Kane

Dr. Matthew Kane is a Behavioural Analysis, where he has extensive expertise in conducting research and analysis into the human condition. Dr. Kane began his career with the Canadian Armed Forces as an Intelligence Officer. He holds a Ph.D. and master’s degree in Psychology and a BA in Military Strategic Studies and is currently working towards an MBA. During his distinguished 10-year career in the military, he saw service in various theatres of operation where he had the opportunity to work with international intelligence units that included the CIA, DIA, ONI, and MI6 among others. His experience brought him to the highest levels of counter-terrorism operations where he conducted and advised on counter-terrorist operations, prepared and delivered intelligence briefings to senior military officers and advised on intelligence operatives in real-time kinetic operations.

Vivienne Suen

Vivienne Suen - Digital Resilience and Watson Cognitive Computing - is a cybersecurity technical leader helping businesses navigate today's complex and ever changing world of IT Security. For over 10 years, she has been a trusted advisor to many customers. This presentation will cover major aspects of Watson Cyber Security and IBM Immune Security.

David Morrish

David Morrish is a founder and CEO of MBS Techservices Inc., headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. He sits on several cyber security committee including being the lead cyber security chair member for the AIAC (Aerospace Industry Association of Canada). David has an education in Technology from BCIT, MIT and numerous technology and security certifications. He also served in the Military.