Show Notes Chris Hadnagy from Social Engineer LLC
Handwriting analysis starts at the 30 minute mark.
1:45 How did your early career resemble that of a conman?
2:46 When did you realize you had a talent for persuasion?
3:50 When did you first hear about Frank Abagnale and Kevin Mitnick and make the correlation between you and them?
5:44 The “That’s crazy! I can’t do that” vs “That would be so much fun would it be to try!” conversation
7:11 The irresistible challenge of “because it doesn’t work that way”
8:21 The weirdness of “Goal accomplished, what now?”
8:34 Have no fear, like a psychopath?
8:40 Where does Chris rate on the scale and why
9:26 The core belief of what separates a true, professional social engineer from a malicious one and corporate motto
10:49 Positive emotions vs guilt or shame to make a massive change in someone’s security posture
11:50 Example of a good phishing email scenario vs a malicious one
14:50 Would you learn boxing from this person?
15:45 The number one red flag of a successful scam
19:11 How does intuition (internal radar) apply to the science of social engineering?
21:42 What is the most important part of body language to focus on when you first meet someone?
24:14 All about Innocent Lives Foundation and how it works to uncover online child predators www.innocentlivesfoundation.org
27:32 What have you learned recently?
30:31 Diving into the 13 signs of dishonesty in Chris’ writing (he’s such a good sport to let us look at it in depth!)
42:28 Has Teresa ever seen scary dangerous writing in her podcast?
44:06 Who’s the Star Trek actor that has writing similar to Chris’s?
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