Jenny has been called a mind reader and a “people hacker” as a result of her incredible social intelligence, which she has used at one time or another to gain access to everything from secure buildings and banks to private information and data.
With over a decade experience in executive training and consulting, Jenny got involved in the field of “people hacking” when a security firm needed a social engineer to talk their way into a bank. Since then, Jenny has been a guest expert on security, scams and social engineering for various television and radio shows as well as online media.
The host of the internationally successful podcast “The Human Factor,” Jenny is a multiple times tedx contributor who regularly keynotes major security events.
The Human Element of Security: How To Become a People Hacker
How to Become a People Hacker. From an early age, locked doors, high fences, and the secrets kept by businesses, buildings and people, fascinated Jenny Radcliffe. She has spent a lifetime learning how to use the “human element” to gain access to the buildings, data and information. This talk is an anecdote-ridden roller coaster of a tale which takes the audience from the mean streets of Liverpool in the 1980’s to the square mile of London’s financial district and beyond. Jenny shares her journey from breaching zoos, offices, theme parks, banks and football matches, to helping respected businesses and organisations protect themselves from the threat of malicious “people hackers.” Expect to takeaway high-ROI insights on reading social cues, protecting against exploitation, lie detection and negotiation techniques, and thinking about social intelligence in an entirely new way.