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Jenny Radcliffe

Jenny Radcliffe

Job Title: The People Hacker

Twitter: Jenny Radcliffe

Jenny Radcliffe  - aka “The People Hacker”  is an expert in Social Engineering, negotiation, persuasion and influence,  non-verbal communication and deception, using her skills to help clients from global corporations and law enforcement, to poker players, politicians and the security industry.

Jenny speaks, consults and trains people in the skills of “people hacking” and explains how “Social Engineering” using psychological methods can be a huge threat to organisations of all sizes.  She reveals how that same knowledge is a valuable tool for security professionals of all types in the prevention of these attacks, scams and cons of all kinds.

Using a blend of anecdotes, science and humour, Jenny is an exceptional and highly impactful speaker.  A regular keynote at major security events (Infosec, Rant, DISA, Nordic IT Security, ICS2, Trend Micro, Cisco, NTT, Bright talk, Cyber Security Week, London Fraud Forum, SC Congress,ITWeb) and multipleTEDx contributor, Jenny has been a guest expert on security, scams and social engineering for various television and radio shows as well as online media.

Jenny is the host of the internationally successful podcast “The Human Factor” (Itunes) which interviews people from all walks of life about social engineering, security, business and life.

Jenny Radcliffe Seminars

  • Confessions of a Social Engineer…mapping the crazy wall Wed 26th Apr 13:30 - 14:20

    Confessions of a Social Engineer…mapping the crazy wall

    It is common knowledge that OSINT (open source intelligence) forms a huge part of social engineering attacks, but what exactly are social engineers looking for and how do they apply it when they have it.

    In this talk life-long social engineer and people-hacker Jenny Radcliffe gives a demonstration of how a “crazy wall” of information on a target is obtained, linked and mapped.
    During the talk the “crazy wall” of information will be constructed live, whilst Jenny explains how the links are created and the attack formed.  She shows how applying psychology, basic profiling and deductive reasoning helps paint the most personal of profiles on a target, and demonstrates how this knowledge can be used to craft the sharpest of “spear phishing” attacks.


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    Time / Place

    Wed 26th Apr 13:30 to 14:20

    Cyber Hack