Webinar #15: Identify and Reduce Social Engineering Attacks – Paul Gouge and Terry Smith

May 21, 2020
Cybercriminals often take advantage of significant current events to increase activity. The entire world is experiencing such an event and cybercriminals have found more opportunities. The sudden increase in teleworking expands the target for bad guys to strike. This course explores social engineering attacks.

Cybercriminals often take advantage of significant current events to increase activity. The entire world is experiencing such an event and cybercriminals have found more opportunities. The sudden increase in teleworking expands the target for bad guys to strike. This course explores social engineering attacks. These attacks include email phishing, phone scams, and text smishing. This presentation addresses the user’s online behavior to:

  • Recognize social engineering manipulative techniques that trick victims
  • Become aware of available controls and commit to implementing them
  • Provide an overview of the cybersecurity landscape within the construction industry

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This webinar was recorded Tuesday, May 21, 2020.

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