Christina Lekati is a psychologist and a social engineer.
With her background and degree in psychology, she learned the mechanisms of behavior, motivation, and decision-making, as well as manipulation and deceit. She became particularly interested in human dynamics and passionate about social engineering.
She works with Cyber Risk GmbH as a social engineering trainer and consultant.
Christina is the leading developer of the social engineering training programs provided by Cyber Risk GmbH. She has participated in penetration tests and is running tailored training programs within companies and organizations. She has worked with financial institutions, law enforcement, large technology companies and other organizations belonging to the public and private sectors, helping them strengthen their cybersecurity posture and skillset.
Christina is also conducting vulnerability assessments on corporations and high-value targets. Those reports are based on Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT). Their goal is to help organizations identify and manage risks related to human or physical vulnerabilities. These risks are the result of intelligence that is produced through publicly available resources and that threat actors regularly utilize in their attacks.
Within this realm, she was also an active executive Board Member at the OSINT Curious project, contributing to the international scene of Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) with the latest news, updates, and techniques on collection and analysis.