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Cyber Security Awareness Session

Khaled Hawasli

Monday, January 28, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)

Cyber Security Awareness Session

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Session Overview:

We live in a world where information is freely and widely available online. Since the internet was born, hackers used it to share their knowledge and tactics with each other or even with anyone who would like to learn hacking!

Today, we have tons of articles on how to hack, programs that help adversaries create their own virus to take control over your computers, YouTube videos that help them learn what exactly to do to take over your account (whether it may be a bank account, email or social media), all available online. Adversaries can even purchase hacking gadgets online and have them delivered to their home. Adversaries can go to the extent of hacking people who work in charitable organizations to steal money that was meant to go to a cause! Learning how to hack has become so easy that a 12 year old can do it, even against a secure company.

Unfortunately, as the adversarial hacking community grows, their victims (the families and hard working individuals) tend to remain unaware of the threats that they might be subject to and cannot identify the red flags that they are being targeted.

Security awareness courses are expensive and commonly available for companies and corporations. We think that the individual has the right to learn how to protect themselves against hackers. We should educate ourselves against getting hacked, cause if we don’t, hackers are educating themselves to hack us.

This session will follow a “know your enemy” approach, where we explain and demonstrate different hacking techniques in layman's terms. This would help the individual identify the red flags and be able to notice potential malicious activities and that they’re being targeted.

The Agenda:

  • Why do you need to understand how hackers work?
  • How can you educate yourself to protect against hackers?
  • Some common hacking tactics:
  • How hackers steal your password
  • How hackers make you pay for ransom
  • How hackers target you via email
  • How hackers can physically break into your computer
  • How a 12-year-old can take over your computer, spy on you, switch on your camera and more
  • Sometimes it's not your fault to get hacked:
  • Hacking the cloud (iCloud, DropBox, Google Drive ....etc)
  • Here's how hackers can rob a bank from the comfort of their own home!!
  • Here's how hackers can stalk you and your family
  • Topics for next session
  • Final words

The Sponsor:

This event has been sponsored by The Lions Club of Milton, a charter member of Lions International for 50 years. The Lions organization is the largest nonprofit service club in the world with 1.3 million members in 45,000 clubs in 202 countries. Lions volunteer their time to humanitarian causes primarily in their community and support international initiatives throughout the world. Founded in 1917, the association’s motto is "We Serve".

* Kindly consider donating while at the event, all donations will go to the Milton Darling Home for Kids

Have questions about Cyber Security Awareness Session? Contact Khaled Hawasli

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Milton Lions Club
77 Thompson Rd S
Milton, ON
Canada

Monday, January 28, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EST)


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Organizer

Khaled Hawasli

About the Organizer (Khaled Hawasli):

After 16 years of experience working in cyber security within various sectors ranging from military, government, banking and finance, retail and oil & gas, Khaled is currently working with PwC Toronto’s cyber security team and is specialized in the financial services sector.

Prior to that, Khaled has helped build the enterprise security architecture for various banks, successfully built one of the most reputable penetration testing teams in the middle east and have successfully led them to register over 40 zero day findings within 2 years.

Khaled has been active on various security events such as OWASP Doha 2015 (as a main speaker), and have been actively invited to speak in GISEC and eCrime events.

With a versatile career ranging from application development and management to application security and security testing, risk assessments and compliance and governance, Khaled has spent his career working across the middle east in the UAE, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kuwaitand Egypt. Khaled has also managed several projects in Europe (Switzerland, Denmark and England).

Khaled's Publications:

Speaker at OWASP event: http://tinyurl.com/hxjyw68

The cross window redirect vulnerability: http://tinyurl.com/z7n49z4

Speaker at ECRIME global security event http://tinyurl.com/gopjv6q

Speaker at ECRIME on banking flaws http://tinyurl.com/zbl3fsj

Speaker at the German Emirati committee for Business and Industry (under year 2015) http://tinyurl.com/zdnbm4o

Cyber crime expert warns against new trick used by hackers to trap naïve Facebook users http://tinyurl.com/jcxlxeh

Guest at “Smartphones ‘must also use antivirus software’” http://tinyurl.com/jggvlgs


Khaled's Interviews on the Media:

Dubai ONE TV, Emirates 24/7 -Help AG live hack http://tinyurl.com/hqhb7x5

High profile hacking just the tip of the iceberg http://tinyurl.com/z4zvzh9

High profile hacking. Interview for ameinfo.comhttp://tinyurl.com/j9chvqy

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