Leslie Corbo works for Utica College as an Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity in both the BS and MS Cybersecurity programs and the MS Financial Crimes and Compliance program. Corbo teaches classes in cybersecurity concepts, cybercrime investigations, and information security. She also works for PhishMe, Inc. as a Senior Client Engagement Manager, working with Fortune 500 companies to educate employees using controlled phishing scenarios through consulting, planning, simulated execution, and analysis.
Corbo is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Science (D.Sc.) in Information Assurance from Capitol College, Laurel, MD. Her areas of research include phishing emails, sentiment analysis, and behavior analysis. Corbo’s dissertation study includes case studies in the decision-making processing methods utilized by undergraduate students when interacting with malicious emails.
Corbo previously worked as a cybersecurity analyst and Information System Security Manager on DoD and DHS Science & Technology efforts, managing information systems while developing, implementing and enforcing information security policies and procedures. As an IT-security analyst, she conducted investigations, analysis, and incident response.
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In cybersecurity, social engineering is the term used to define cyber criminals and rogue nation states that employ schemes designed to trick unsuspecting users into divulging proprietary information and corporate data. Social engineering tactics present unique challenges to organizations and…