Access to this program is pass-specific. Already registered? Sign in. Need access? Add the pass to your registration.
Technical difficulties? View the FAQs for assistance.
What do Joe Biden and Kim Kardashian have in Common?
Twitter has stated that its staff were targeted through vishing leading to the unprecedented hack netting scammers more than $100,000 by posting on behalf of celebrities. With organizational teams more disperse than ever and attackers eager to take advantage of new vulnerabilities, the impact of hacks have exponentially increased. Pre-COVID-19, word of a detected vishing campaign could spread around the office quickly, but with a decentralized workforce, it may take hours or days for employees to be aware of the attack resulting in more than one victim as seen by the recent Twitter hack. If organizations don’t test their security with penetration tests and social engineering, hackers will. This talk will share how vendors and studios are able to fight off attackers by engaging in ethical hacking engagements. Don’t let this year be known as the year of breaches.
Michael Wylie, Director, Cybersecurity Services, Richey May Technology Solutions