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Are you curious about the inner workings of hackers' minds? Do you want to develop a deeper understanding of how they exploit vulnerabilities and devise their attack strategies? Join us for an engaging and eye-opening webinar, "Think Like A Hacker”, where we will dive into the intriguing world of hacking and explore the mindset that drives these adversaries.In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, it's crucial to adopt a proactive approach to security.

By learning to think like a hacker, you'll gain valuable insights that will empower you to strengthen your defense mechanisms and safeguard your digital assets. Our expert speaker, Josh Thorgren, will guide you through the fascinating techniques used by hackers, arming you with the knowledge you need to protect yourself and your organization.

Key Takeaways:

  • Unlock the Hacker's Mindset: Understand how hackers approach their targets, think critically and exploit vulnerabilities to gain unauthorized access.
  • Identify Common Security Risks: Learn to recognize the most common security risks and weaknesses in your systems, networks and applications.
  • Mitigate Cyber Threats: Discover effective strategies and best practices to mitigate cyber threats and prevent potential breaches.
  • Enhance Your Cybersecurity Practices: Gain practical tips and actionable insights to fortify your cybersecurity posture and protect your sensitive data.
  • Interactive Q&A Session: Engage in an interactive Q&A session with our experienced cybersecurity expert to get answers to your burning questions.
Josh Thorngren
VP of Product - Mayhem
Josh Thorngren is the VP of Product at Mayhem. In a past life, Josh was a developer turned DevOps engineer. He's spent the past decade advising and leading marketing teams at Dev(Sec)Ops companies such as Puppet, Twistlock, and Torq.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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