Where is the line between training and hacking? Have you crossed it? Can you learn to use security tools without crossing that line? The answer is yes but because I am a practical person and $#!& happens, you also need to know who to talk to if (when) you do cross that line or come across something that feels wrong. Learn from Special Agent Liz Lehrkamp during this closing session.
About Special Agent Lizabeth Lehrkamp
Special Agent Lizabeth Lehrkamp entered on duty with the FBI in February 2005 and was assigned to the Newark field office where she investigated organized crime and then moved on to investigating cyber crime. In September 2010, SA Lehrkamp was transferred to the Minneapolis field office and was assigned to the Human Intelligence Squad working cyber matters. In May 2011 she took over as the InfraGard coordinator for the Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota Chapters. In September 2016 she moved to a counterterrorism squad. Lehrkamp received her BS mechanical engineering from Clarkson University and is a member of Society of Women Engineers. Prior to her appointment with the FBI, Lehrkamp was employed in technical sales and application engineering.