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CYBERCRIME TV: PAGE ONE FOR CYBERSECURITY VIDEOS

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CYBERCRIME TV VIDEOS: ALL IN ONE PLACE

Watch Cybercrime TV, featuring all of our videos, on the Cybercrime Magazine YouTube channel. Our original programming, including interviews, short films, documentaries, and special productions, has made us the premium destination for cybersecurity professionals and enthusiasts globally.

BEST OF KEVIN MITNICK: 5 ORIGINAL SHORT FILMS

Kevin Mitnick originals: His favorite hack ever, age 16, at a McDonald’s drive-thru; His first social engineering hack, age 12, riding on a bus; Shopping cart competition, age 10, parking lot of Hughes Market; The FBI donuts story, a must-watch classic! and Hacking from Solitary Confinement. A true phreaking story!

ASK THE CISO: F500 & G2000 SECURITY LEADERS

25 chief information security officers at the world’s largest corporations sit down for intimate interviews with Cybercrime Magazine. Filmed at Cybercrime Magazine’s studios in Northport N.Y., the New York Tech Manhattan campus, One World Trade Center, and other venues. AskTheCISO.com

WHO’S BEING PHISHED: 30-SECOND VIDEO SERIES

Cybercrime Magazine and KnowBe4 teamed up on a public service program aimed at increasing awareness of phishing scams and the severe damage they are continuing to inflict on businesses and society. Watch dozens of interviews with employees at companies of all sizes and types at PhishingCampaign.com.

KNOWBE4: THE MAKING OF A UNICORN. A CYBERSECURITY STORY

Cybercrime Magazine tells an exciting cybersecurity story in the documentary “KnowBe4: The Making of a Unicorn” (released in early 2020). KnowBe4 grew from $75,000 in annual sales for 2011 to $175 million for 2019, earning itself the enviable “unicorn” status with a billion-dollar market valuation.

CYBERSECURITY BOOKS: VIDEO REVIEWS BY SCOTT SCHOBER

Cybersecurity expert, author, inventor, and media personality Scott Schober, who is also Cybercrime Magazine’s chief security officer, provides his authoritative opinion — in a series of short video reviews — on cybersecurity books including classics and brand new titles that are just hitting the shelves.

ROBERT HERJAVEC: I’M BATMAN. FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Robert Herjavec, a Shark on ABC’s Shark Tank, and CEO of the Herjavec Group, filmed an 8-minute interview with Cybercrime Magazine in order to help spread the word about cybersecurity to the world’s future cyber fighters. “I’m Batman,” says Herjavec, explaining what he does to high school students.

FRANK ABAGNALE: CATCH ME IF YOU CAN

Frank Abagnale is one of the world’s most respected authorities on forgery, embezzlement, and secure documents. His riveting story provided the inspiration for Steven Spielberg’s 2002 film, Catch Me If You Can, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Abagnale and Tom Hanks as the FBI agent fast on his heels.

WOMEN IN CYBER: PROFILES OF SECURITY LEADERS

Cybercrime Magazine has filmed top women in our industry — including former Girls Scouts of the USA CEO Sylvia Acevedo, former White House CIO Theresa Payton, former FBI EAD, Criminal, Cyber, Response, and Services Branch Amy Hess, Fortune 500 and Global 2000 CISOs, and many others.

CYBERSECURITY COMPANIES: PROFILES OF HOT PLAYERS

Cybercrime Magazine interviews CEOs and GMs at the world’s largest cybersecurity companies such as Cisco and Fortinet, as well as startups and emerging players in hot sectors such as pen testing, cyber range, security awareness training, MSPs and MSSPs, cloud security, threat intelligence, and others.

CRAIG NEWMARK: CRAIGSLIST FOUNDER ON CYBERSECURITY

Craig Newmark, billionaire philanthropist and founder of Craiglist, sits down with Cybercrime Magazine at New York Tech’s Manhattan campus for a discussion on his background, girls and women in tech and cybersecurity, defending our country, and what he knows about cybercrime.

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