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CISO Fireside Chat: Hacking and Cybersecurity in a New Era

Rachel Tobac talked to Abnormal Security's CISO Mike Britton about hacking, social engineering attacks, and how to protect your organization.

When Rachel Tobac tells you how to defend yourself, you should listen. Because she’s the exact person you want to defend yourself from: a hacker.

Watch this CISO Fireside Chat to hear Rachel talk about how she impersonates people, how she defends herself online, and how organizations can stay one step ahead of cybercriminals. After showcasing how she tricks in a live social engineering demonstration targeting ISMG’s Tom Field, Rachel speaks with Abnormal Security CISO Mike Britton about topics including:

  • Why an online presence makes executives easy targets for impersonation
  • How cybercriminals create convincing scams to bypass security and trick employees
  • How the threat landscape is expected to change as actors become more sophisticated
  • What security professionals can do to protect their organizations, now and in the future

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