Day 1 of #RSAC 2021: Rames Sarwat at Kymatio booth session (17 may 2021)

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Cybersecurity and Human Factor 2021 Tendencies

From attacking systems to attacking people
Multidisciplinary approach, safety is everyone’s business
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  • ¨ #Socialengineering consists on psychological manipulation techniques so that the #attack subject make decisions without questioning and thinking.¨

  • ¨Users are the weakest link of the #securitychain.¨

  • ¨People cannot be patched or programmed but they can raise #awareness keeping the alert level.¨

  • ¨Massive #attacks are very cheap to carry out due to the constant improvements that the attackers are making and also to the lack of #training and #awareness of the users. ¨

  • ¨There have been an increase in attacks during 2020 and 2021 up to 200 percent.¨

  • ¨Individuals must take a #simulation to test their knowledge so we can measure the degree of assimilation of concepts.¨

  • ¨Can counter measures to the evolution of #machinelearning and #deeplearning we developed to keep users safe? probably not.¨

About the Kymatio Booth Session Speaker:
Rames is currently Director of Sales in International Markets at Telefónica (Offnet).

He has been General Director at Mina Software, Director of Professional Services for Public Administrations, Education and Health at Microsoft Ibérica and also CEO at SmartAccess, a startup specialized in digital identity and electronic signature acquired by ElevenPaths in 2014 where he has been in charge of Strategic Alliances and New Products.
In recent years he has been Chief Revenue Officer at Telefonica Tech and has participated in various organic transformation and growth processes of the global cybersecurity unit of the Telefónica group.

He has solid experience in managing multidisciplinary teams and a broad business vision.

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