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Background Information

Employment History

Special Supervisory Agent

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Affiliations

Member
Computer Intrusion/Counterintelligence Squad

Education

FBI Academy

Web References (196 Total References)


Free Webinar Wednesdays

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In the meantime, if you missed our show with FBI special agent Scott Augenbaum from last week (it was amazing) and would like to get the replay, please contact Eric directly and he'll send you the link to the video.

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Due to the sensitive nature of the topic, Scott has requested the replay not be made publicly available.
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Pictured above Free Webinar Wednesdays co-founder, Eric Cook (left) and this week's special guest, FBI Special Agent Scott Augenbaum
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This week on the show, we'll be joined by FBI Special Agent Scott Augenbaum. As part of the Bureau's Computer Intrusion/Counterintelligence Squad, Scott's "seen it all" and specializes in cybercrime and online fraud issues. During this week's session, Scott will share several stories - and the lessons learned - to help make sure that you're not looking through rose colored glasses when you go online and keep yourself safe and secure (or, at least ensure that you're minimizing any unnecessary risks to help keep the bad guys at bay).


Free Webinar Wednesdays

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In the meantime, if you missed our show with FBI special agent Scott Augenbaum from last week (it was amazing) and would like to get the replay, please contact Eric directly and he'll send you the link to the video.

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Due to the sensitive nature of the topic, Scott has requested the replay not be made publicly available.
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Pictured above Free Webinar Wednesdays co-founder, Eric Cook (left) and this week's special guest, FBI Special Agent Scott Augenbaum
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This week on the show, we'll be joined by FBI Special Agent Scott Augenbaum. As part of the Bureau's Computer Intrusion/Counterintelligence Squad, Scott's "seen it all" and specializes in cybercrime and online fraud issues. During this week's session, Scott will share several stories - and the lessons learned - to help make sure that you're not looking through rose colored glasses when you go online and keep yourself safe and secure (or, at least ensure that you're minimizing any unnecessary risks to help keep the bad guys at bay).


This year's conference will feature a ...

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This year's conference will feature a session from former Major League pitcher David Weathers, a look at computer intrusion threats from FBI Agent Scott Augenbaum, the always-anticipated vendor showcase and a golf tournament at Vanderbilt Legends Golf Course.


Scott E. Augenbaum, a ...

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Scott E. Augenbaum, a Nashville-based FBI Special Agent and member of the Computer Intrusion/Counterintelligence Squad, says, "Simply deleting information or performing certain types of formatting will not protect data from being recovered.

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Augenbaum explains the risk in leaving the hard drive attached: "The adversary will encrypt both your computer and the external hard drive and demand a ransom in order for your data to be returned."


Scott E. Augenbaum, a ...

www.guidantpartners.com [cached]

Scott E. Augenbaum, a Nashville-based FBI Special Agent and member of the Computer Intrusion/Counterintelligence Squad, says, "Simply deleting information or performing certain types of formatting will not protect data from being recovered.

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Augenbaum explains the risk in leaving the hard drive attached: "The adversary will encrypt both your computer and the external hard drive and demand a ransom in order for your data to be returned."

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