Ankit Fadia

Ankit Fadia's keynote scares and intrigues the audience by showing live demonstrations of the top dangerous hacking techniques that cyber criminals are using.  

"The number of cybersecurity incidents worldwide has doubled in the past few years. The impact extends beyond just economic losses with consequences of data theft, service disruption and reputational damage."

A tech junkie who loves tinkering with computers,
Ankit Fadia, is using his talent of hacking to teach companies and governments how to avoid falling prey. A widely recognized computer security expert, Ankit has trained more than 20,000 people in 25 countries on how to take measures to become smarter, better and more successful in protecting themselves and their company from hackers. 

A Stanford University graduate, Ankit has always wanted to use his technology knowledge to help others. At the age of 14, Ankit became the youngest author to be published by Macmillian when he wrote his first book, Unofficial Guide to Ethical Hacking

An avid traveler, Ankit has traveled to more than 120 countries, which is roughly 65% of the countries in the world!

Books, TV and Awards

Ankit has gone on to be a bestselling author publishing a total of 20 books, with topics ranging from ways to improve your digital and professional life, to network and corporate security. He most recently ventured into the world of fiction with his latest book, The Casino Job

He was a host for a popular MTV show, What the Hack! Solving viewers' submitted internet issues, Ankit provided tips and tricks that improved the way people used the internet. 

The World Economic Forum recognized Ankit as a Global Shaper, a network of young people driving dialogue, action and change. He also was appointed a Brand Ambassador of the Indian Government's Digital India initiative, helping the country's government in 2015 with bringing awareness of their Digital Program to the masses.

What To Expect From Ankit's Keynote

Ankit performs live hacking demonstrations of the top 10 most dangerous hacking techniques that cyber criminals are using to hack into mobile phones, email accounts, websites and company network infrastructure. He  also provides simple tech tips, apps and advice on how to redefine the way you use technology in the workplace. He will help the audience stretch the limits of technology, get more work done and be more productive.