Recognizing Your Most Critical Cybersecurity Vulnerability: The Human Element

Cybersecurity is largely a behavioral concern, as cybercriminals use social engineering to trick people into transferring money, entering their credentials, or providing access to sensitive data. A 2019 report from Kaspersky found that 90% of data breaches are caused by human error. Threat actors know that humans are vulnerable, and they take advantage of this through carefully-crafted social engineering emails that are designed to exploit expected behavior.

View the webinar on-demand to learn how cybercriminals take advantage of the human element, and what you can do to prevent advanced, socially-engineered email attacks from tricking your employees.

Two former FBI experts—Steve Crimando, Behavioral Threat Management Professional, and Crane Hassold, Director of Threat Intelligence at Abnormal Security—will speak about:

  • Why bad actors are turning to social engineering to steal money and data
  • Which social engineering techniques are used by cybercriminals to trick your end users
  • How to use additional security measures to best prevent advanced attacks

Fill out the form to watch on-demand and learn how to best protect your employees from themselves.

After viewing this webinar, you are eligible for 1 CPE credit through (ISC)².

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