Catch Me If You Can | Frank Abagnale | Talks at Google

Birt 27 nóv 2017
For Google's Security and Privacy Month, we are honored to present the real Frank Abagnale, Renowned Cybersecurity And Fraud Prevention Expert, Bestselling Author & Subject of Catch Me If You Can.
His transformation from one of the world’s most notorious con men to an international cybersecurity expert trusted by the FBI has been mythologized in film and literature - but the takeaways he shares are the real deal.
Frank's contributions to the world of security are immeasurable. He has become a hero to hundreds of public and private sector organizations for his indispensable counsel and strategic insight on safeguarding information systems and combating cyber-fraud.
With an eye on the latest techniques developed by high-tech criminals to deceive and defraud, Frank leaves audiences with a deep understanding of today’s evolving security landscape, and more importantly, a vision of how to make the world a safer place.

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  • Regarding Trusona, visionary people study where things are going and why. For example, he talks about predicting cyber vulnerabilities and addressing them before they are exploited. He is brilliant in anticipating these problems. We all hate passwords, and we need a better solution, but it turns out he was wrong about how and when the change would happen. No visionary person is right all the time but I think time will prove him right. Perhaps it won't be Tusonsa but something better will come. The most difficult part of vision is timing. Most things take longer than we anticipate. On a different note, the hurt and anger he felt from that courtroom and family ambush fueled years of hurting back. We all need to be aware of the preciousness of our children's feelings and their vulnerabilities to our decisions.

  • Catch me if you can it's amazing movie I love it... Frank Abganale was really smart genius...

  • Sounds like dr evils story in the beginning lol

  • This proves confidence will get you far!

  • 27:00 Real man

  • Cool

  • His speech delivery is incredible absolutely sublime. If what he'd just said was all bullshit , a 100% of the listeners would think it was true.

  • بو صلعة ذهبية طلع نصاب ما يستهان فيه عجييييب

  • you did what you had to do

  • WHAT A FUCKING LEGEND

  • Damn. Young education really is everything

  • Holy shit! Its just so crazy that this is real ! 16yrs doing all this. Even if he did this at 30 yrs it's crazy. Just amazing

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  • What a savage! The courage to run away

  • *HEY GOOGLE!* Why are the comments on the Jesse Ventura talk from 2011 disabled? ischats.info/fun/aNOMYpaVoZV9ooA/v-deo I know you would have never allowed such talk in 2020 and it's nice to see that it's still on, but don't you think it looks a bit weak to disable the comments section, but other talks got active comments? What are you afraid of? Adults having a conversation? Adults sharing ideas and learning som things?

  • He's brilliant. He's a great speaker. (Wish I could cut his hair!) Make sure to see the one about handling personal finances. The one with 'use credit cards, never DEBIT cards'. My credit card has saved me from large fraudulent charge attempts. One to a crooked contractor just lately. A debit would have potentially drained my checking account dry. No warning. No recourse.

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  • Narcisstic scum bag. Ripped off his family, friends and anyone that trusted him. Funny that him and that other piece of shit Jordan Belfort were played by the same actor.

  • I have an issue with his what makes a man a man comment. As a single guy, I can't comepte with his defintion

  • i have stock in glu mobole lol.

  • His message on manhood and the importance of sticking around is truly inspiring.

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  • Thank you for the credit card info, I always promised, no more debt, so I’ll pay it off monthly. Gone are the debit cards.

  • منو جاي من قريه العجائب لايككك

  • NAZI CARD

  • I dont have to catch you. Just the ones you send.😈

  • Passwords will no longer be used in two years, huh? Well, 3.5 years later I still use passwords at every website. I never heard of Trusona before.

  • He's a sociopath, you can't do all these things without shitting your pants if you have normal human feelings.

  • I like how Leonardo Dicapprio who played Frank in the movie Told a reporter that he liked the man cause he never really hurt anyone . Really ,If Frank could have he would have cleaned out Leonardo’s entire life’s savings Without any remorse,as he has Never lost sleep for any of his past crimes. Pretending to be Doctor his narcissism would never care that he could endanger a sick patients life. Yes he’s very smart but equally very Amoral.

  • One of the best and most interesting presentations I've ever seen in my life. Great information also on cybersecurity

  • Divorce is so selfish of parents. If they can just look out for their children instead of themselves, they might be able to actually think of someone besides themselves ....

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  • Wow, what an incredible story of redemption.

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  • He has the swiftest mind ive ever listened to.

  • I NEVER SAW THE MOVIE, BUT I JUST MET THE HEROE OF THE MOVIE...!!!

  • Wow, the undeniable authenticity of this presentation from a man renowned for ability to lie is such a great comfort for the benevolence of God. This man’s life reminds me of the story of Joseph, in a way. The sincere gratitude for life, despite it’s hardships, embedded in this man’s speech is a model for Christians. To realize the measure of blessing given to him, through his wife and consequently children by God, is an amazing example of humility despite his worldly accomplishments. I’ve not seen this film yet, but it just moved to the top of my list. His advice during the questions to be one’s own measuring stick for success was also fantastic.

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  • Been 3 years, and passwords are still a thing-and the same terrible password policies are an ongoing problem.

  • how dumb can ppl be believing nuclear power is the answer and that its clean and green ,it is not clean to use at all ,why ? for the mere fact that they still have to deal with the waste that it produces

  • All children entitled to their parents. Children needs their parents

  • Divorce parents do you hear that? Don't get kids when you don't want to stay together rest of the life.

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  • I listen to Frank talking whenever I want to fall asleep. He's like a storytelling-talking book.

  • Nothing like Leonardo decaprio.

  • you know what? good for him

  • I can't help but just feel like how Tom Hanks does in the movie every time I watch video of Frank.

  • Very good.

  • I'm glad he turned his life around but more importantly, I'm glad he had the opportunity to do so. His white persona granted him the privilege to be perceived in ways that granted him access to places and jobs for which he had no credentials and his white privilege granted him the opportunity to ultimately benefit from his crimes. Conversely, the perceived persona of black men have gotten many black men killed and landed many others in jail. I just watched a video of a black man murdered by two policemen who were pursuing a feverish attempt to stop him from Jaywalking!

  • He took the bar and passed it! I think that is impressive.

  • Anyone actually verify this guys story?

  • Hey, we still have passports.

  • Fascinating

  • Valuable

  • Damn I blinked and 20 minutes went by, good speaker

  • 3 years and we still have passwords... I wish we could have followed suit to his original plan. Would have produced a more secure and seized hacking predicaments.

  • just as good as the movie

  • wonder what his opinions are on the solarwinds incident

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  • How can a person be this wise,warm and lovely I respect him so much❤️❤️ N right now I dnt even know y I m crying😅😅

  • a wonderful husband and father.

  • Wow, oh wow !** ""👌""

  • LOTS of jobs are not ' just generic federal' jobs. USPS, not fed. run, must test every 6+ months, with only top few % pts are offered positions with 90 days probation. Postal inspectors must have degrees, be under 35 yrs, etc. CIA, FBI, Secret Service, etc., all big fed., law enforcement positions. Not for average Joe's. Good jobs, you have to bring something to the table. Mediocre or adequate, just punching a clock, won't get it. Funny, guy thinks you can just apply and work at FBI??

  • Credit stuff is a racket. Illegals bring thousands of stacks of bogus social security cards, phony paper plates, etc. Lots of identity theft and ruining of credit.

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  • من طيار الى طبيب الى محامي اكيد هذي محاضرة بعنوان كيف تصبح نصاب محترف🤣🤣🤣

  • He's a piece of shit.

  • Abagnale is a superior FBI agent compared to a regular FBI who's a good guy from a good family with high integrity that would never ever have the mind of Abagnale who's able to see both sides of the coin at the same time. A goody goody FBI agent only sees one side and may have been trained to see the other side but it is never the same and the FBI knows that

  • Amazing life reminds me of Aristoteles who was able to transmute a negative inclination into something so positive that ended up imperializing him

  • Glorifying someone who committed so much fraud 🤔

  • Wow, what an incredible man.

  • WOW! Very informative.

  • 크리스챤 브라더? 싱스트리트에서 들었던 그 크리스챵브라더 학교?

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  • Doesnt answer questions really....more like a salesman...credit card salesman.....

  • 13.000 agents in FBI, and they take only 1 agent for every 10.000 applicants. Do the math, every second US citizen was an applicant... Nah, I don't think so. This man is still a manipulative fraud, but he doesn't work alone anymore, he is now with company of profesionals.

  • He has superb memory too..he remembers every details to the mini details of his life!

  • Frank, i have a question. Namamarif ka ba minsan?

  • Really touched by his story..

  • No doubt in my mind that he spoke the truth and really did live that life! Incredible story and great talk!

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  • 28:42 this segment is so powerful. such an action oriented person. his story embodies it. you can learn a lot from just this segment on taking action. imagine the amount of impact he would've made if those actions he took early in his teenage life were transferred towards something of more value?

  • He wouldn’t have gotten away with this if he was black..

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  • he likes to talk and tell useless details.... he is smart, but wants to her himself tell tales

  • K

  • Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y.1, Gen Y.2, Gen Z, Millennial, Zillennials, C-19rs, when this video is watched after COVID they will still be wearing a mental mask, and the video and your comments would be completely irrelevant. the important thing to do throughout history and from this point forward is, "Do what Jesus tells us to do and we will be okay.

  • That was amazing

  • Wonderful way to spend an hour. But, darn and I had hoped he was right about getting rid of passwords.

  • Beautifully said.

  • Beautiful and inspiring. Thank you.

  • هو هاد انتا يلي سرق وعمل وزور 😂😂