To Click or Not to Click

To Click or Not to Click: Strategies for Staff to Shield Against Social Engineering

“I changed all my passwords to ‘incorrect.’ So whenever I forget, it will tell me ‘Your password is incorrect.’” — Michael Scott, Dunder Mifflin, Inc. (aka Steve Carell, The Office)

We can’t all be cyber geniuses like Michael Scott. Everyone from executives to entry-level staff can fall victim to a social engineering scam that strips sensitive data away from its rightful server. Want to amp up your team’s clicking caution? Attend this session to gain tried-and-true data privacy tactics that reduce an organization’s vulnerability to social engineering. This session explores the most common social engineering deceptions, what makes your team vulnerable, and the practical steps you can take to ensure that your data stays safe and sound.

Tuesday, Oct 20th
11:15 am - 12:00 pm