Jim Stickley

Cybersecurity Speaker, CEO at Stickley on Security

  • Jim Stickley`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Jim Stickley`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    $10,001 - $20,000

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    California, USA

  • Jim Stickley`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Jim Stickley`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    $10,001 - $20,000

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    California, USA

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I wasn't hacked... Was I?

Jim Stickley has been robbing banks, hacking government computers, and stealing confidential information from businesses for over 30 years. In this unique session, Stickley will demonstrate how criminals are exploiting poorly designed features in web browsers, new tricks in ...

Jim Stickley has been robbing banks, hacking government computers, and stealing confidential information from businesses for over 30 years. In this unique session, Stickley will demonstrate how criminals are exploiting poorly designed features in web browsers, new tricks in social engineering, and how old security functionality is now being used against you. Most importantly, Stickley will show how seemingly insignificant actions can lead to complete and total compromise. From credit card exploitation to online account takeovers, this session covers a large range of attacks that put both home users and corporate employees at risk. As always, Stickley will provide useful tips and tricks to help you detect these and prevent you from falling victim to these types of attacks.

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Internet of Things - Your next security breach

In this session Stickley will discuss new ways in which criminals are targeting organizations beyond normal desktop attacks.  With a shift in focus to IoT devices, this session will highlight risks that until now have been overlooked by most organizations.  As usual, ...

In this session Stickley will discuss new ways in which criminals are targeting organizations beyond normal desktop attacks.  With a shift in focus to IoT devices, this session will highlight risks that until now have been overlooked by most organizations.  As usual, Stickley with demonstrate real world examples, showing how everyday products in your home and office are providing criminals new opportunities to compromise not only IoT devices but also employee PC’s as well.  Attendees of this session will see the future of hacking before it makes main stream media and learn important information to help protect against these coming attacks.

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Cyber Criminals, Identity Thieves, and the Dark Web

By now, most people have heard of the dark web, but few people understand what it really is or what impact it has had on cybercrime and identity theft. In this session, Jim Stickley will take you into the world of the dark web, showing you what it is, how it works, and how ...

By now, most people have heard of the dark web, but few people understand what it really is or what impact it has had on cybercrime and identity theft. In this session, Jim Stickley will take you into the world of the dark web, showing you what it is, how it works, and how criminals have embraced the technology. As usual, Stickley will provide real world examples, demonstrating the more dangerous aspects of the dark web and how they can affect your credit union. In addition, he will provide plenty of tips and tricks to help you and your organization avoid becoming victims of an identity thief. If you are interested in reducing risk and understanding the dark web, this session is for you.

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"Fraud" The new F-Word

Jim Stickley has been breaking into corporations for over 20 years and in this session he will be sharing how criminals are gaining ground.  From cyberattacks to social engineering, criminals are waging war against corporations, financial institutions and even government ...

Jim Stickley has been breaking into corporations for over 20 years and in this session he will be sharing how criminals are gaining ground.  From cyberattacks to social engineering, criminals are waging war against corporations, financial institutions and even government agencies and while everyone wants to think they are secure, the reality is that criminals are winning.  In this session Stickley will address some of the bigger issues organizations are facing today.  By demonstrating techniques used by Stickley to infiltrate real corporations, attendees will get a chance to see firsthand how criminals are gaining access to their networks, avoiding detection and ultimately gathering the information necessary to commit fraud.  Technical and non-technical attendees alike will benefit from the information and experiences shared during this session.

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Secure Might Actually Be Insecure

Security solutions continue to advance making it far more difficult for identity thieves and cyber criminals and yet these hooligans are still finding ways to succeed. In this session Stickley will shift his focus from financial institution security and instead focus on the ...

Security solutions continue to advance making it far more difficult for identity thieves and cyber criminals and yet these hooligans are still finding ways to succeed. In this session Stickley will shift his focus from financial institution security and instead focus on the risks that you, your members and your employees are facing in everyday life.  As usual, Stickley will demonstrate several new techniques that cyber criminals are using to gain access to confidential information and online accounts.  In addition, he will touch on some more recent physical security concerns that anyone who travels should be aware of.  As if that is not enough, everyone in attendance will get a sneak peek at BadPhish, the new phishing simulator from Stickley on Security that will be changing the way you test your employees.

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Confessions of an Identity Thief

Jim Stickley has been breaking into corporations for over 20 years. In this session he will be sharing how criminals are gaining ground.  From cyberattacks to social engineering, criminals are waging war against corporations, financial institutions and government agencies. ...

Jim Stickley has been breaking into corporations for over 20 years. In this session he will be sharing how criminals are gaining ground.  From cyberattacks to social engineering, criminals are waging war against corporations, financial institutions and government agencies. While everyone wants to think they are secure, the criminals are winning.  Stickley will address some of the bigger issues organizations are facing today. He will demonstrate some of the techniques he’s used to infiltrate real corporations allowing attendees to see firsthand how criminals are gaining access to their networks, avoiding detection and gathering the information necessary to commit fraud.

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Trust Me, I'm A Criminal

Jim Stickley has broken into banks, robbed armed government facilities and stolen confidential data from hundreds of thousands of people.  Fortunately for all victims involved, Stickley is not technically a criminal. Instead, he is hired by organizations throughout the world ...

Jim Stickley has broken into banks, robbed armed government facilities and stolen confidential data from hundreds of thousands of people.  Fortunately for all victims involved, Stickley is not technically a criminal. Instead, he is hired by organizations throughout the world to test their security and report on his findings.  In this session, Stickley will use real world examples to discuss the latest security threats facing financial institutions, their employees and their customers. In addition, he will explain the dark web and how this anonymous world is shaping the cybercrime industry.  With over 25 years in this line of work, Stickley brings a unique perspective that gives the audience a firsthand glimpse into the mind of a cybercriminal.

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About Keynote Speaker Jim Stickley

About Speaker Jim Stickley…

Jim Stickley has stolen credit cards, hacked Social Security numbers, robbed banks, and created fake ATMs. He has broken into armed government facilities and has stolen from teenagers. He is an identity thief, but he is no criminal. Fortunately for all victims involved, Stickley is a cybersecurity expert with over 20 years in the industry who was hired to perform these attacks by corporations testing their security, news agencies investigating security concerns, and other media outlets interested in knowing just how easy it is to commit identity theft. His job is to find security flaws before the real criminals and warn people and organizations about what they can do to protect themselves.

Stickley is a published author and has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers including Time Magazine, Business Week, Fortune Magazine and New York Times. He has also been showcased on numerous television shows including NBC’s “Nightly News”, CNN’s “NewsNight”, CNBC’s “The Big Idea”, Anderson Cooper’s “Anderson” and is a frequent guest on NBC’s “Today Show.” You can also see Stickley almost any night of the week as the featured cybersecurity expert for LifeLock infomercials.

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