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KMKilometer
KMComoros (ISO country code, top level domain)
KMKnowledge Management
KMKarl Marx (philospher)
KMKonica Minolta (camera)
KMKaltmiete (German: rent without utilities)
KMAir Malta (IATA airline code)
KMKiss Me
KMK-Mart
KMKrav Maga (Israeli martial art)
KMKyocera Mita (various locations)
KMKriegsmarine (WWII German Navy)
KMKey Management
KMKnights of Malta (religious order)
KMKoninklijke Marine (Royal Navy)
KMKilling Machine (short movie)
KMMichaelis-Menten Constant (molececular cellular biology)
KMKitchen Manager (restaurants)
KMKarl Malone (NBA Player)
KMKnight of Malta
KMKarabin Maszynowy (Polish: Machine Gun)
KMKevin Mitnick (former hacker)
KMKnightmare (gaming clan)
KMKrause-Mishler (numismatic catalogue)
KMKashimashi (anime)
KMKabataang Makabayan (Nationalist Youth, Philippines)
KMKick Me
KMKent Messenger (newspaper, England)
KMKashmiri Migrant (India)
KMKeith Mcleod (NBA Player)
KMKinematic Mount
KMKeyboard Mania (keyboard simulation game)
KMKilomega (archaic; now Giga-)
KMKiller Mongoose (UK gaming clan)
KMKirk-Mayer, Inc
KMKingd Mickey (video game character, Kingdom Hearts)
KMUnited Kingdom to Mediterranean (routing designation; US Navy)
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KnowBe4 Founder Stu Sjouwerman partnered up with the world's most famous hacker Kevin Mitnick to distill his 30+ years of hacking experience into effective training that educates users on how to recognize and avoid social engineering methods.
BBVA Compass has added Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales and former black-hat hacker Kevin Mitnick to its roster of speakers for its Bright Perspectives forums, the company said.
based security awareness training provider KnowBe4 announced it has added a Training Campaigns feature to its Kevin Mitnick Security Awareness Training 2015 platform.
This observation from Kevin Mitnick, a hacker who, according to his own testimony, has "gained access to some of the largest corporations on the planet, and .
Kevin Mitnick says humans softer target than technology.
In 1995, the FBI arrested Kevin Mitnick, its ''most wanted hacker,'' and charged him with cracking security for some of the nation's most protected computers.
Kevin Mitnick, the iconic information consultant, who was one of the world's most wanted cyber hackers, was a keynote speaker at the conference, where he gave delegates an eye-opening behind-the-scenes look into the thought processes of both hackers and their victims.
Dubai: Hackers today don't even need to gain access to a target's computer and could use "social engineering" on the target when it comes to disclosing information, Kevin Mitnick, the hacker-turned international cyber security consultant and the keynote speaker at the inaugural Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference (Gisec) Conference taking place at Dubai World Trade Centre, said.
Kevin Mitnick, a renowned ex-hacker was speaking at the Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference, which is ending today (June 5) in Dubai.
Kevin Mitnick went on the run in the US in the mid-1990s after being tracked for a variety of computer crimes, before eventually being arrested by the FBI and spending five years in prison.
This autobiographical memoir by one of the world's most successful computer hackers presents a thrilling narrative of evasion and pursuit, relating the story of the FBI manhunt that eventually brought down Kevin Mitnick.
Kevin Mitnick has been the subject of many articles and news reports and fellow hackers idolize him, but for seven years a government mandate silenced him.