The New Corporate Espionage: Social Engineering
Presented by Nejolla Korris CEO of InterVeritas
Co-Hosted by SC Midlands ISACA, Palmetto IIA, and Palmetto ACFE
DATE: Wednesday, June 5, 2013
LOCATION: BCBSSC Tower Auditorium
2501 Faraway Drive, Columbia, SC 29223
Free Parking in white spaces – but tickets in yellow or reserved!
Registration and Breakfast 8:30am
Class: 9:00 am to noon
Lunch: Noon to 1:00 pm
Class 1:00 – 4:00 pm
Pre-Registration and payment required at http://www.scisaca.org/
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$85 Early Bird: now – May10, 2013
$125 Regular Registration: May 2, 2013 – May 27, 2013
$150 Late Registration: May 28, 2013 to June 4, 2013
What you will learn:
The greatest security threat any organization is the human threat. How vulnerable are you and your organization to security breaches? We rely so heavily on technology to keep us secure that we neglect the most prevalent threat that puts us most at risk; people. Social engineering is the new term for the age old practice of espionage.
Nejolla Korris presents a full day session that features the Good, Bad and the Ugly about Social Engineering today. Be exposed to the various ways the bad guys can infiltrate your organization. Discover how to safeguard against it and how investigators use social engineering in today’s world.
· Does it currently affect your organization without your knowledge?
· Discover the importance of performing personnel audits.
· Incorporating Human vulnerability checks into your standard audit practice.
· How to make yourself and your organization more secure.
Nejolla Korris is CEO of InterVeritas Intl. which provides anti-corruption consulting, interviewing and interrogation training, investigative services, intelligence gathering, litigation support, linguistic statement analysis, employee audits and reference checks to corporations.
Ms. Korris is an international expert in the field of Linguistic Lie Detection. She is skilled in Scientific Content Analysis (SCAN), a technique that can determine whether a subject is truthful or deceptive. Korris has analyzed documents for fraud, international security, arson, sexual assault, homicide and missing persons’ cases, causing some of her clients to dub her the "Human Lie Detector."
Korris has taught this methodology throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, Brazil and South Africa. Her clients include corporations, government agencies, law enforcement and the military.
Ms. Korris is a popular speaker on Lie Detection, Fraud Prevention & Investigation, Workplace Fraud and Organizational Justice. Ms. Korris recently launched a new speaker’s series on the differing communication styles between men and women. She is a frequent presenter for The Institute of Internal Auditors, ISACA, The American Society for Industrial Security, The American National Safety Council, The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and for ASIS Middle East in Bahrain. Nejolla’ s sessions on lie detection have ranked either #1 or #2 at the Institute of Internal Auditors International conferences consecutively since 2007.
Nejolla has a BA in Law from Carleton University and also serves as the Honorary Consul of Lithuania to Alberta. Ms. Korris writes a column in Edmontontians magazine entitled Civil Wars and is completing a book on interviewing techniques which is to be published in March, 2012.