Jon Engstrom is a 20-year veteran with a major U.S. metropolitan police department where he serves as the technical lead for the agency’s Criminal Intelligence and Cyber-Crime Sections. He founded and continues to support the organization’s Technical Investigations and Open-Source Intelligence Units, and is the operations lead in charge of threat assessment and incident response for the region’s Real-Time Crime Center. Jon instructs internal department teams as well as outside organizations in the areas of Operational Security for Covert Operations, Countering Electronic Surveillance, Cyber-Crime Investigations, and Open-Source Intelligence. Prior to his current assignments, Jon worked as a Federal Task-Force Officer, running under-cover and electronic surveillance operations for long-term organized crime investigations. With a certification in ethical hacking, he focuses on incorporating an attacker’s perspective into investigations and operational security.
Battling Cyber-Crime in 2023
This session focuses on recent trends of online fraud, computer intrusion, and ways that suspects steal valuable data from your company. The presentation includes the details of how hackers commit their crimes and what every employee must do to protect company assets. The audience will learn immediately how password hacking, email phishing, telephone attacks, and social engineering are emerging threats against every business. Live examples of 'hacking' into real information will surprise the audience, while detailed solutions will be displayed on how to stop the threats. Your employees will easily modify a few key online habits which will help protect your organization from the next attack.