Jamie Woodruff will hack your company. As an ‘ethical hacker’, trained in finding security weaknesses, Woodruff will be employed by companies to offer them insight into how strong their security is in - sometimes by dressing up as a pizza boy.
Woodruff works in ‘social engineering’, the art of manipulation for information. “People are much more susceptible through social engineering to attacks than in person.” Speaking to the audience at WIRED Security, he explained his processes for accessing our data, in whatever way needed, to outline weak links in company security.
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