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

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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.
Runtime: 1:03:09

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Dave Johnson
Dave Johnson - 6 timer siden
Sad to think the days have passed when most people believed the FBI folks all had integrity and honor. I think he was mistaken about one thing and that was about passwords. It's almost 2021 and passwords are still here.
Himanshu Kumrawat
Himanshu Kumrawat - 10 timer siden
impressed by the talk, but came to comment section and started to doubt if what he told was 100% truth.
Then thought it could be -x% of what he did't told is giving the perspective.
Later became neutral as i live inn a third world country very unrelated with situations and while i manage with my middle life crisis and survive corona
i think being alive is more important.
taking care of business
taking care of business - 11 timer siden
Frank isnt that your kid in way of my property on 239 and katonah bonnie tylers building who started a clothing line since , and since April 12017 the only societle friction ive come in way of are people whom literally sodomized and sex trafficked my kid's.i havent seen not one dollar rent for the Starbucks in bronxville call Mrs Kelly of American express she knows it's credit card fraud and that bank of America and adp are liable for the fraud they committed at trayer engineering in regards to the business and the land ownership , you and your group divested in general fund manufacturing around the nation
Dear haddads
April 1st 2017 , any business conducted by tcob holdings Inc and LLC and its subsidiaries deemed fraudulent , Yonkers Corp itself acting as soul proprietor of locations in yonkers during the time in the pandemic supported and benefited from filming beastyality sex in bars and restaurants in major cities and specifically Irish bars and restaurants, your group celebrates in Islam isis itself the anti. America anti family anti irish down to a science , its my summation that your group purposely documented the spread stds unbennounced to mankind "old world stds" biological terrorism" scientifically called a ecutramin" a water born soluble aneoba thats spread through oral sex infecting the sinus and the brain . Colette Mooney a sex trafficed slave lost her life at the ending of the snuff beastyality film. You and your production documented by film with yonkers police were asked by me personally whom gave permission to film in locations access propertys and make changes ? Yonkers Corp said it was Michael Gallagher I believe a pedofilic sorority hood in way of my children including Peter joyce aka Peter tononey george lois Lee clow james Dolan james curtain tara burns tara Dougherty William Graham are gonna be guilty of murdering my son and his mother .its legal tender and wont disappear.tcob
A concerned parent
J WiNK
J WiNK - Dag siden
43:03 bing0 br0, thank you. . .
Varun Dubey
Varun Dubey - Dag siden
he answered so well for imposter syndrome
просто Катюша
Perfect really!) Thanks.
heymisterderp
heymisterderp - 2 dager siden
He's mastered the art of the spoken word. He speaks so smoothly I can see how he could pull off what he did.
Teddy Oshirak
Teddy Oshirak - 2 dager siden
* walks up to podium *
"My name is Mr. Abagnale. That's AbagNALE , not AbagNAWLY, not AbagNALEY, but ABAGNALE."
Mofollis Oz
Mofollis Oz - 2 dager siden
I love this guy
Nick L
Nick L - 3 dager siden
He just made me feel so fucking stupid for using a debit card.
ell r
ell r - 3 dager siden
How do you have money in a money market account with no debit card
Pavlo Tsebenko
Pavlo Tsebenko - 3 dager siden
I'm not sure that my comment will not be erased. I scrolled down and wanted to see if there is someone, anyone who thinks that he was a criminal and still he is. Maybe I'll be the only one. They took him out of jail and had to work for FBI only because he was very useful. Do you really think he regrets of what he did back then when he was a kid??? A person who was lying and cheating other people. Is this the one who you admire???
Iniuriam Nomini
Iniuriam Nomini - 3 dager siden
I bet nobody at Google invited him but he did it again like the old days and now hes here getting applauded 😂
Martin Maiseke
Martin Maiseke - 3 dager siden
Greatly talented
Martin Maiseke
Martin Maiseke - 3 dager siden
Wow
abed the hard
abed the hard - 4 dager siden
مش هاذ الي كان ينصب😂😂
BelajarBI - Study English with Mr Gary
Incredible, well worth the entire watch. Such a down to earth, diligent man and his story is just unbelievable!
Christian Odenwald
Christian Odenwald - 4 dager siden
Pretty sure it got recommended to me now just because they said „imposter“ in it like 10 times
samadhi town
samadhi town - 4 dager siden
No truesona though.
Mark Ford
Mark Ford - 5 dager siden
Faith is one of those words that is commonly used but not always understood. Some of that confusion comes from the many different ways the word faith is used in everyday conversation; a quick look at Dictionary.com shows seven different uses! One common way that people use the word faith is to refer to belief in something despite lacking any evidence for it. But is that what the Bible means by faith? The answer is a resounding no! So, when the Bible uses the word faith, what does it mean?
The closest that the Bible comes to offering an exact definition is Hebrews 11:1: “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.” From this particular passage we see that the central feature of faith—confidence or trust. In the Bible, the object of faith is God and his promises. A clear example of this is Abram's encounter with God in Genesis 15. In response to God's promise of countless descendants, Abram “believed the LORD, and he counted it to him as righteousness” (Gen 15:6). Commenting on this, the Apostle Paul writes, “No unbelief made him waver concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong in his faith as he gave glory to God, fully convinced that God was able to do what he had promised” (Rom 4:20–21). Thus, faith means putting your trust in God and having confidence that he will fulfill his promises. Faith is more than intellectual agreement. To use an old illustration, imagine you are at Niagara Falls watching a tightrope walker push a wheelbarrow across the rope high above the falls. After watching him go back and forth several times, he asks for a volunteer to sit in the wheelbarrow as he pushes it across the falls. At an intellectual level, you may believe that he could successfully push you across the rope over the falls, but you are not exercising biblical faith until you get in the wheelbarrow and entrust yourself to the tightrope walker.
Genuine biblical faith expresses itself in everyday life. James writes that “faith by itself, apart from works, is dead” (James 2:17). Faith works through love to produce tangible evidence of its existence in a person's life (Gal 5:6). Put another way, the obedience that pleases God comes from faith (Rom 1:5, 16:26), rather than a mere sense of duty or obligation. There is all the difference in the world between the husband who buys his wife flowers out of delight and one who buys them simply out of duty.
Faith is so important because it is the means by which we have a relationship with God: “For by grace you have been saved through faith” (Eph 2:8). Faith is how we receive the benefits of what Jesus has done for us. He lived a life of perfect obedience to God, died to pay the penalty for our sinful rebellion against God, and rose from the dead to defeat sin, death, and the devil. By putting our faith in him, we receive forgiveness for our sins and the gift of eternal life.
So, faith means relying completely on who Jesus is and what he has done to be made right with God.
Faith is choosing to believe
First of all, the Christian faith professes an unreserved belief in the Bible, God’s Word to mankind – true, tested and unchanging. Faith is also full and unreserved confidence in God, in His love for me, and in His power to help me whatever comes my way in life. “But without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.” Hebrews 11:6.
Faith is a choice. I need faith to become a Christian. I choose to believe in Jesus Christ, that He died for my sins, and that by believing in Him, my sins will be forgiven. The promise is clear. “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.” John 3:16. It is faith in a Person that saves a believing soul, not faith in a particular philosophy or a code of rules.
Every Christian will agree that salvation is a gift, not something we attain to by our own efforts. “For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of works lest any man should boast.” Ephesians 2:8-9. To acknowledge my sin and repent from it is the first and vital step. But I still cannot save myself! “The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Romans 6:23. To receive this gift, I must believe in and personally accept God’s gift to me in His Son. The forgiveness of sins is a wonderful beginning, and brings great joy to every true believer in Jesus. It is no small thing to have the burden and guilt of sin removed from my conscience!
What comes next?
So I am saved by grace through an act of faith. I choose to believe. Then what? Do I still need faith? Yes! If I want to live a life that pleases the Savior I have believed in. Though the guilt of sin is gone, the indwelling sin in my nature will still be the cause of many temptations. The next verse in Ephesians 2 tells us what God’s thoughts are for us after our initial experience of salvation. “For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them.” Ephesians 2:10. So God has something far greater, and even more wonderful in mind for us after we have believed Him for forgiveness.
It is also written in Romans 5:10: “For if when we were enemies we were reconciled to God through the death of His Son, much more, having been reconciled, we shall be saved by His life.” Jesus’ life was a life of action. “Though He was a Son, yet He learned obedience by the things which He suffered.” Hebrews 5:8. To be saved by His life, I need a faith that leads me to action. Paul calls it the obedience to the faith. (Romans 1:5)
Jesus is our great Forerunner, and the author and finisher of our faith. (Hebrews 12:2) All the heroes of faith in the old covenant acted on their faith. They did something. Every one of them believed – and acted! By faith Noah prepared an ark, by faith Abraham obeyed, and so on. (Hebrews 11)
Go to action!
John writes simply: “In Him was life, and the life was the light of men.” John 1:4. It is this light of Jesus’ life that I need to walk in – go to action! If I really want to obey God’s good laws of life found in His Word, I will soon find myself in a battle
Almost all talk of battles and wars when concerning a Christian life refers to the inner battle that arises when a sinful thought tempts you. God’s Spirit and the flesh are at odds. When you have decided to only do...
, a battle against the sin the light reveals. This is the good fight of faith!
To win this battle, I need to believe in a power outside of myself, in the power of the Holy Spirit, in Jesus Who has promised that He can save me, and that to the uttermost. (Hebrews 7:25) This ongoing salvation is a work of faith. It has nothing to do with my feelings, which can go up and down like a yo-yo. But when I believe God, and set my heart to obey, even against my feelings or my human understanding, then God goes to action too! He sends grace and help in time of need, and all honor for the salvation gained belongs to Him!
Faith opens the door to a victorious life! By faith, we can truly overcome as He overcame! “This is the victory that overcomes the world – our faith.” 1 John 5:5. I believe in His power to save. I believe that when I take up my cross and deny myself as Jesus did, or as the Scriptures also put it, am “crucified with Christ,” I will be victorious over sin and self. “I have been crucified with Christ, it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me and the life that I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.” Galatians 2:20.
Faith is a precious possession! As we said to start with, it is not visible or tangible. However, Jesus said to doubting Thomas: “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.” John 20:29. Peter writes about this blessedness also. “… whom having not seen you love. Though now you do not see Him, yet believing, you rejoice with joy inexpressible and full of glory, receiving the end of your faith, the salvation of your souls.” 1 Peter 1:8-9. The result of a living faith is both visible and tangible! The disciples saw it and touched it in Jesus, and our calling as Christians is to come to this same joyful and glorious life – by faith! 2 Thessalonians 1:7-9 7 And God will provide rest for you who are being persecuted and also for us when the Lord Jesus appears from heaven. He will come with his mighty angels, 8 in flaming fire, bringing judgment on those who don’t know God and on those who refuse to obey the Good News of our Lord Jesus. 9 They will be punished with eternal destruction, forever separated from the Lord and from his glorious power. Come join us at Arundel Christian Church web site every Sunday morning LIVE!!!
Ethereal
Ethereal - 5 dager siden
i like how he says hackers aren't people XD
Jake Stewart
Jake Stewart - 5 dager siden
I know this doesn't have anything to do with the video, but I would like to share these questions and this message with as many people as possible.

1. What do you think happens to someone after they die?
2. Do you think there is an afterlife?
3. If heaven exists, how do you get there?
4. Would you be good enough to get into heaven?

Here are a few questions to see if you are a good person:

1. How many lies have you told in your whole life?
2. Have you ever stolen?
3. Have you ever used God's name in vain?
4. Jesus said that "whoever looks at a woman to lust for her has already committed adultery with her in his heart" (Matthew 5:28). Have you ever looked with lust?
5. If you have broken any of these commandments, would you be innocent or guilty on Judgment Day?
6. Would you go to Heaven or Hell?

The Bible says that "all liars shall have their part in the lake which burns with fire and brimstone" (Revelation 21:8) and "Those who indulge in sexual sin, or who worship idols, or commit adultery, or are male prostitutes, or practice homosexuality, or are thieves, or greedy people, or drunkards, or are abusive, or cheat people — none of these will inherit the Kingdom of God" (1 Corinthians 6:9-10). So, if you are guilty of any of the ten commandments, then you are in trouble when Judgment Day comes! Do you know what God did for guilty sinners so that we wouldn't have to go to Hell?

2,000 years ago, God became a human being, Jesus of Nazareth, who suffered and died on the cross for our sins and rose from the dead on the third day, defeating death. The punishment that we deserve for breaking God's law, Jesus took in our place. He paid the fine that we could never pay so that God can legally set us free by forgiving our sins. He is just, by punishing evil through Jesus’ death on the cross, while being rich in mercy towards us.

What you have to do is repent, or confess and forsake your sins, and trust alone in Jesus Christ. Don't trust your own goodness, because, as Jesus said, “No one is good — except God alone” (Mark 10:18). Trust alone in the savior. The moment you do that, God will forgive every sin you have ever committed and grant you eternal life, and He will give you a new heart with new desires, so that you will love to do what is right. You will be born again. But you must repent and trust in Jesus.

When are you going to do that?

Here is a short Christian movie on this subject and depression: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcqxzXMRGoc
Phil Saleh
Phil Saleh - 5 dager siden
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ylVcLplJDY
Stan Smith
Stan Smith - 5 dager siden
...STILL USING PASSWORDS...
sonnenenschein H QUEEN
sonnenenschein H QUEEN - 6 dager siden
بس اناا عربيا عم حس حاليي غرييبه🙂🙁🙁
rex guy
rex guy - 6 dager siden
It's funny after listening to him say repeatedly that the job you do isn't important, that the google boy chimes in at 48:00 with the lament that he could never join the FBI. And then he goes on to describe how his son joined the FBI & he's living his life's dream..hilarious
conven tech
conven tech - 7 dager siden
those who disliked must have been scammed by him
Marie Katherine
Marie Katherine - 7 dager siden
Facebook has put detectives out of business? Most people publish everything anyone would want to know.
Andreas Mann
Andreas Mann - 7 dager siden
Leonardo Di Caprio didn't age well at all!
dominic dota2
dominic dota2 - 8 dager siden
this guy real legend
Patrice D
Patrice D - 8 dager siden
He articulated why modern democracies are slowly failing, “All children need their mother and their father”. Our establishment doesn't believe it anymore.
random user
random user - 8 dager siden
This is one of the most articulate and well thought speeches I've ever seen in my life. I'm really blessed to have the internet to see such brilliant speeches. :)
Clark Kent
Clark Kent - 8 dager siden
I didn't know Larry David had a brother!
0pt618
0pt618 - 8 dager siden
for a moment there at 1:50, I thought "the father" meant his father (and likewise brother), but then quickly realized it's the Father a Brother - the school being Christian/Catholic.
ROger Downey
ROger Downey - 9 dager siden
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtRntMnigVU&t=19s
Jason R
Jason R - 9 dager siden
Drill Sergeant once told me something similar 5:00 to 5:30. In psychology it's kinda like the Halo Effect. However, IMO- It's something more. He's very vibrant as he's talking about this, it's like his secret sauce or key. Very insightful 21:46; 27:06. just wow... 41:40 (Universal Freeze/Unfreeze Credit).
Often Elsewhere
Often Elsewhere - 10 dager siden
It’s 2020 yup passwords still exist yup
Zara Amor
Zara Amor - 10 dager siden
Fascinating! I have to get his books too. I learned so much in this talk.
marcus s
marcus s - 10 dager siden
Touching, engaging, revealing! Thank you Google!
rambleon2011
rambleon2011 - 10 dager siden
Comey is corrupt. Obamagate.
Mala Ratnadurai
Mala Ratnadurai - 10 dager siden
God passes his message not only by Jesus and the likes of him,but by convicted felons.Feel the love.
Jesus protects
Jesus protects - 10 dager siden
After listening to his story how in the world am i supposed to trust this man? Yeah, sure, you are reformed, that's why you work for one of the most shady organizations, sure buddy
Agun Pratama
Agun Pratama - 11 dager siden
21:41
Kate Ji
Kate Ji - 11 dager siden
Ppl are morons who use google
Raghu Grinus
Raghu Grinus - 11 dager siden
16 years old there always a second chance
Galina Ostromogolsky
Galina Ostromogolsky - 11 dager siden
Fascinating and sad at the same time
Breezy Mods
Breezy Mods - 11 dager siden
Catch me if you can I’m the gingerbread man ya better have ya gat in hand my man.
Meizu M2 Mini
Meizu M2 Mini - 11 dager siden
mkay, passwords are still there, lol. BS.
Niko Toribio
Niko Toribio - 11 dager siden
30:50 start taking notes
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean - 11 dager siden
What are the audience laughing at? This man was a serious criminal.
BRIAN MPHO MATHIBELA
BRIAN MPHO MATHIBELA - 11 dager siden
What a beautiful story about the power of white priveledge
Cory Spears
Cory Spears - 12 dager siden
Enjoyed this thoroughly! Thank You so much!
William
William - 12 dager siden
His hairline is on the other side of earth
D Chandula
D Chandula - 12 dager siden
Frank didn't know that Google wanted his personal information. Google asked for the real deal straight forward instead 😭😂
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blot Damon - 12 dager siden
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Diamond Tribe
Diamond Tribe - 12 dager siden
White privilege. If Jay-Z gave a talk about his days as a drug dealer, your heads would explode. 🙄
Andrew Dmitrieff
Andrew Dmitrieff - 12 dager siden
Funny how wrong he is
RanByMonkeys
RanByMonkeys - 12 dager siden
Debit cards have the same protections as your credit card. When they don't get your payment now you have 19 % interest good for you. Build credit, for what? I can get a mortgage manually underwritten with no credit by somebody with a brain at the bank not looking at a number. You seem smart but you are very wrong when it comes to credit! Bad credit is different than no credit!!!!!!!!!
RanByMonkeys
RanByMonkeys - 2 dager siden
It is impossible to reposes my vehicles, even the Corvette, I made 1 payment. You were saying....
RanByMonkeys
RanByMonkeys - 9 dager siden
@Kristopher Noronha I don't borrow money so I look at my credit report to make sure it says nothing and OK they are insured differently but my debit card that says VISA on it has the same protections. I can get a mortgage manually underwritten with proof I have a JOB and responsible with money.
RanByMonkeys
RanByMonkeys - 12 dager siden
@Kristopher Noronha When you apply for a mortgage with no credit, it makes zero difference, it's called manually underwriting the loan. That's right, people use their brain to loan money and not a I LOVE DEBT SCORE.
Kristopher Noronha
Kristopher Noronha - 12 dager siden
not true. the actual laws governing debit and credit cards are different. they are insured differently. they just look similar. I have used credit cards all my life for the exact same reason. i have enough money in the bank to not use them, but i do. having been involved at the receiving end of credit card fraud multiple times in my life, and also have two cousins who work in the anti-fraud departments of international retail banks, i can attest to the fact that this man's statement is well founded. and when you apply for a mortgage, it actually makes a difference. if you ever looked at your credit report, you will realize how lopsided the information credit issuers have about you. for someone who doesn't use credit in any form, all they usually know is the list of banks you have a bank account with.
neil 47
neil 47 - 12 dager siden
Fellow aries are you feeling the vibes by watching this?
Zw1d
Zw1d - 13 dager siden
what is he, a fucking priest?
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Amaury
Amaury - 13 dager siden
How are Montpellier and Perpignan "small towns" ???!! For a guy who's French-American, that's an important lack of knowledge and culture about his own country.
Montpellier : 1st mentioned in a document of 985. Population : 285,121 (7th in France
)
Perpignan : founded at the beginning of the 10th century. Population : 268,577
Kip Burbank
Kip Burbank - 13 dager siden
Wonderful
BorisaRed
BorisaRed - 13 dager siden
Google is still getting away with crimes to this very day
Douglas Lees
Douglas Lees - 13 dager siden
Very touching story
Q A
Q A - 13 dager siden
This guy is to smooth. Unbelievable.
joe
joe - 13 dager siden
A great movie but a far greater person. What an outstanding presentation. This should be required viewing for.........hell, everyone.
Tech Fan
Tech Fan - 14 dager siden
I hate hearing the word googlers, the company really sucks your soul out.
b888
b888 - 14 dager siden
I don't understand how a 16-17year old is a child but as soon as they're 18 THEY ARE AN ADULT!
Faried De Bruyns
Faried De Bruyns - 14 dager siden
Wow. Beautiful.
Peter Dao
Peter Dao - 14 dager siden
I watch this about 2 times a year, amazing every time.
MEGA PAMAJ FAZE MEGA
MEGA PAMAJ FAZE MEGA - 14 dager siden
Quem vai gerenciar tudo isto? Diante disto tudo porque nao vejo os numertos de inscritos mudarem 3 meses alguem pode responder isto?
Ken S
Ken S - 14 dager siden
Fascinating speaker and full of info! Last heard him speak on a radio program about when the movie came out. He was on for 2 days telling his story, listened to every word.
Childe Rowland
Childe Rowland - 14 dager siden
no umms or errs
joostvdenden
joostvdenden - 14 dager siden
came for the runaway story and left before it turned into a celebration of conservative, sexist, heteronormative values 🥳
Kristopher Noronha
Kristopher Noronha - 12 dager siden
he talks about what worked for him. take it or leave it. I think there's plenty to take, you obviously choose to leave the bits that don't work well for you.
focku Gougle
focku Gougle - 14 dager siden
Very interesting man. Certainly intelligent, with a strong conviction about family. Heroic these days, and has worked at the FBI for decades. I see he made this in 2017, and talks at Google. Wonder how he feels about Google now after all we've found out about them, and wonder would he have agreed to do this interview with Google?
Col Thansinee
Col Thansinee - 14 dager siden
Though I enjoyed the movie for the entertainment value, knowing then it was dramatized as most movies are, I thoroughly enjoyed his talk about the true Mr. Frank Abagnale.
jb0579
jb0579 - 15 dager siden
The definition of dichotomy or irony this guy is the greatest con man in American history, portraying doctors and lawyers and pilots and bankers and who knows what else, but he can't find a way to be interesting and engaging as he recalls the stories? Everything he said was scripted and timed and even his little one liners and jokes weren't funny because it's timing sucks and he doesn't recall these stories with any emotion or pre thought into how to connect with people while you're telling a story like this period he is up there with their barefoot bandit and the famous art sees of yester year. But he can't figure out timing to engage within audience? Even when in his heretofore stories he had to look people in the eye and react on his feet and come up with believeable trustworthy stories in a matter of seconds, and they had to work; he had to sound convincing and trustworthy and real and none of that happened here. He tells us about it all without appreciating that people are generally not interested in HIM as much as the actual schemes. Frank, when we met I said slow down, take breaths, make & maintain eye contact!
Thomas Cudmore
Thomas Cudmore - 15 dager siden
There is one impostor among us
Kenneth Edmund
Kenneth Edmund - 15 dager siden
Amen.
KhelanBhatt
KhelanBhatt - 15 dager siden
It’s 2020 and we are sadly still hanging on to our passwords, Frank. We have got to move faster...
Ron Wolenski
Ron Wolenski - 7 dager siden
I hate the millions of passwords I have to remember...
abiral kafle
abiral kafle - 15 dager siden
31:25 a new Abagnale on it's way.
Hjulvisp
Hjulvisp - 15 dager siden
So I can't be man without a wife and children? This guy is overrated. He's just another american with love of country.
Joe Lonsdale
Joe Lonsdale - 15 dager siden
Trusona?
Serban Nicolau
Serban Nicolau - 15 dager siden
Credit card, not debit card.
Interesting!
Philip Shum
Philip Shum - 15 dager siden
if you think he is only a good speaker reading out his biography through some kind of clue at the back of the room, wait for the second half the video when he answers the audiences' questions. He never purses and recalls events like they just happened 10 minutes ago! The man is a genius.
SolidWolf
SolidWolf - 15 dager siden
Frank Abagnale looking sus


yeah i've been playing too much among us
D
D - 16 dager siden
WTF! this man is a criminal and now he is glorified. Only in Amerika.
Siddhartha Srivastava
Siddhartha Srivastava - 16 dager siden
What an audiobook!
Reality Check
Reality Check - 16 dager siden
This man and his story demonstrates clearly how corrupt the FBI is. Unless this man believes in Christ, he IS NOT REDEEMED! And going straight to hell!
Dude On Bike
Dude On Bike - 16 dager siden
This man's story is truly amazing.
But it does present a pretty big dilemma. What opportunity should convicted repeat felons receive?
I say this within a very complex social environment. Within a VERY competitive economic environment.
For example, CalFire (or someone else, not sure who) just announced that they're going to give preferential treatment to inmates or former inmates. Not sure on the details, but it may be former inmates who volunteered for firefighting work. Good idea, in theory. We absolutely do need to give released inmates opportunity for future work and a rewarding career path.
BUT, you knew that was coming, I find it ABSURD that someone convicted of and punished for a crime would be given preference over a kid who has stayed out of trouble, worked hard, stayed in school and played by the rules. That's completely bass-ackwards if you ask me!
It's an obvious paradox that needs addressing.
Perhaps instead of letting billionaires suck all the money out of our economy, we should put that money to WAY BETTER USE! Like paying our young adults MORE MONEY!
So when the former inmate finds a fire fighting job, it pays well, but a little less than the job the non law-breaking kid gets somewhere! How about "living wages" for all and even MORE for those who play by the rules?
Because the way it is now, lionizing and financially rewarding habitual criminals like Frank Abagnale is morally unappetizing. He's no hero. Just a genius reformed criminal who FINALLY decided to make good decisions in life.
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