Kevin Mitnick & The Global Ghost Team Security Consulting

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“We would need to give out FREE PUPPIES this year to match the record crowds and excitement that Kevin Mitnick generated at our tradeshow booth last year, so, we just booked him again!” -VMWare “Kevin’s talk was a huge hit. He was charming, funny and definitely in the zone. The […]

“We would need to give out FREE PUPPIES this year to match the record crowds and excitement that Kevin Mitnick generated at our tradeshow booth last year, so, we just booked him again!” -VMWare

“Kevin’s talk was a huge hit. He was charming, funny and definitely in the zone. The talk covered his early childhood pranks, illuminating how he developed the hacker instinct that ultimately got him into trouble.” – Microsoft

“In two weeks, $4 billion worth of our data and intellectual property was sitting in front of me on an external drive! My own team told me nothing was missing, the same team that had said hacking us would be impossible.” -CEO, Fortune 500 Software Company

“Delegates at the event gave Kevin a rating of 98% for content and 98% for delivery. I’m sure you will agree with me the scores were sensational.”

“Kevin has a unique ability to connect with both technical and non-technical groups, which makes him a perfect fit for almost any event, especially those audiences that run the full gamut of technical ability. Die-hard techies will enjoy “geeking out” with Kevin, and everyone else will still be fascinated and perhaps a little frightened by what they learn. Our attendees could not have been more pleased with Kevin and his keynote.” – Dell

“Overall we were extremely satisfied with the findings and the way in which they were presented. It has helped us to bridge the gap from feeling fairly certain we were at risk but lacking the time and knowledge to act, to giving us some concrete steps to take to improve. It has also educated our staff on specific vulnerabilities and given them some resources to use to expand their knowledge and improve our security.” –Multinational Automotive Corporation

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