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Lisa Forte

Lisa Forte

Lisa Forte is an expert in the human side of cyber security and social engineering. In 2018 she won the “Top 100 Women In Tech” Awards recognising her achievements and contributions to the cyber security industry.

Lisa Forte delivers dynamic and engaging presentations based on her expert personal experiences of dealing with cybercrime cases and the research she has done into how cyber criminals use psychological principles in their activities. An experienced cyber security trainer, Lisa knows how to effectively communicate her message to all types of audience in a lively, informative and engaging manner.

Lisa began worked for one of the UK Police Cyber-Crime Units dealing with serious cybercrime cases both in the UK and abroad. She has gained a unique insight into darker side of human nature and has led to her becoming one of the leading experts on cybercrime cases involving social engineering and psychological manipulation.

Lisa founded Red Goat Cyber Security in 2017 to teach companies about the methodologies used by cyber criminals. Her areas of expertise include social engineering, the psychology of persuasion, insider threats and rehearsing for a cyber attack. She has conducted ground-breaking research into the psychology behind insider threats and created the first ever GCHQ certified social engineering course.

Lisa’s has appeared on national and international radio and is a frequent contributor to BBC news and similar news publications. Lisa has also been recognised for her pro-bono work with charities and the UK National Health Service. She also works closely with the Women’s Tech Hub helping to increase diversity in the tech sector.

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  • Price Range:

    £2,000 - £4,500

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    After Dinner, Business, Digital, Workshop

  • Topics:

    Culture, Digital Risk and Security, Employee Engagement, Internet, Personal Development, Social Media, Technology, Women in Business

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