Security Community: Combating Social Engineering in Uncertain Times
July 29 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 amFree - $25.00
As we all navigate an increasingly remote, often distracted, and nearly always stressed workforce, the security threats we face and need to defend against have changed. As our teams juggle children, roommates, new tools, and connectivity from home, bad actors have doubled down on targeted phishing attacks that exploit fear and urgency.
Phishing remains the most common method of social engineering, and few organizations have a comprehensive risk management strategy defined for dealing with it.
In this roundtable session, we will bring in perspectives from practitioners, service providers, and threat intelligence teams to lead you through keeping your company assets secure. Our moderators will also share ideas and challenges seen “in the wild” and lead a discussion around how to defend against these insidious attacks.”
- Debby Briggs, CISO, Netscout (Moderator)
- Katie Ledoux, Sr. Manager, Trust and Security Governance at Rapid7
- Rob Mitchell, Customer Success Lead & Threat Intel, Great Horn
- James Slaby, Director, Cyber Protection at Acronis
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