How Phishing and Social Engineering Became the #1 Attack Vector

Date: March 23rd at 11am PDT / 2pm PDT

The number of ransomware attacks quadrupled in 2016 and are expected to double again in 2017. 

Hackers are more resourceful than ever - using social engineering to aid them in creating more believable phishing emails, CEO fraud attacks, even dropping USB sticks in and around businesses. As computer security becomes more sophisticated, the most common way for cybercriminals to access your systems has become simply to ask.

Join Nathan O'Bryan as he explores how Phishing and Social Engineering have become the #1 attack vector all IT departments need to worry about, and what you can do to ensure your data remains in your control like mobilizing your end-users as your last line of defense.