The Lazarus Heist:

Geoff White Book Signing at InfoSec

Join us and our partner, Abnormal Security, at stand E65 at Infosec on 21st and 22nd June for an exclusive book signing of “The Lazarus Heist” with the author and investigative journalist, Geoff White.

Following the success of the BBC Podcast ‘The Lazarus Heist’ and the recent launch of his new book on 9th June, we will be offering the opportunity to meet Geoff between 11.30am-12.30pm on 21st June and again between 11am-12pm on 22nd June.

The Lazarus Heist tracks the activities of the Lazarus Group, a shadowy cabal of hackers accused of working on behalf of the North Korean state. They are one of the most effective criminal enterprises on the planet, having stolen more than $1bn in an international crime spree.

Email is still the most popular attack vector for the Lazarus Group, and online crime in general, with Business Email Compromise becoming the biggest cost in terms of fraud according the a recent FBI report (link). If this is a concern, you will also have the opportunity to speak to experts from Abnormal Security who can explain their innovative approach to this growing challenge.

To confirm your place, click the button to access our event registration form and choose an appropriate date and timeslot.

Note: The information you provide will NOT be shared with any third parties and are simply to facilitate communication in the run-up to, and during, the event. Places will be limited and offered on a first come, first served basis. To be eligible, all information must be completed and valid.

About Geoff White

Journalist Geoff White is co-host of the incredibly popular BBC Podcast of the same name, which regularly hits Number One in the Apple chart, and Geoff has included new research and interviews that have never before been discussed in the book. He is one of the UK’s leading technology journalists and a global specialist on cyber-crime. He has reported on the Snowden leaks, investigated the hacking of Britain’s largest internet service provider TalkTalk, exposed fraud in the online dating industry, and won multiple awards.