Wed, Jan 23|
Maggiano's Little Italy
January 2019 Chapter Meeting - "One Head of the Dog" - Precursor Behaviors and Edward Snowden
Join us on January 23 to kick off 2019 with our guest speaker, Patrick Cooper, PCI who will be explaining how the three heads of the mythological dog Cerberus can be used to represent three different threats to business: workplace violence, sabotage, and corporate espionage/data extraction.
Time & Location
Jan 23, 2019, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Maggiano's Little Italy, 1601 Cumberland Mall Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30339, USA
About The Event
Join us to kick off 2019. We will have the installation of officers for 2019 in addition to the educational session.
Our guest speaker this week is Patrick Cooper, PCI. Mr. Cooper will present on "One Head of the Dog" - Precursor Behaviors and Edward Snowden. The three heads of the mythological dog Cerberus can be used to represent three different threats to business: workplace violence, sabotage, and corporate espionage/data extraction. The behaviors that precede all of these are quite similar. The behavioral pathway to these actions many times begins while an individual “collects injustices” through the years, such as being bypassed for promotion. Eventually, these perceived slights can create an impulse to do harm to the organization and feel justified in doing so. The type of attack that is ultimately undertaken may just depend on the nature and depth of the access an insider has. Does a coworker blame others for every failure or mistake? Obsess about a certain supervisor? Make seemingly offhand statements like “…that guy in (insert most recent mass shooting location here) had it right…”? Or do they work late without being asked to do so? Access areas where they have no business being? Maybe have a noticeable history of disregard for security policies in general, or a history of unsavory behavior outside the workplace that makes them a target for compromise? One Head of The Dog focuses on espionage, and features an in-depth analysis of the actions of Edward Snowden.
January 2019 Meeting