Hacking the Human:
How Social Engineering Owns Our Users
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Noon - 12:50 PM (Central Time)
No registration fee. This webinar is offered at no charge as a benefit of your membership.
Highly targeted Social Engineering attacks are wreaking havoc in cybersecurity. In one recent incident, hackers used social engineering to defraud a US company out of nearly $100 million. The increased use of these techniques is directly related to the fact that they are successful. Traditional cybersecurity defenses do not stop these types of attacks and many organizations are ill prepared to prevent Social Engineering related breaches. Join our webinar session as we explore how social engineering is manipulating users and discuss the top preventative strategies.
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