Email remains the number one threat vector for data breaches. Secure email gateways (SEGs), the very resource we depend on to protect our email, actually miss phishing attacks with regularity. Why? Watch this webinar and learn exactly how phish evade them. Ideally, SEGs detect emails sent from malicious sites, prevent users from accessing deceptive URLs, pinpoint attachments with criminal code, and sandbox suspicious files. So with all this smart technology on alert—why do targeted phishing attacks slip through?
Join this webinar to learn:
Why phishing attacks evade secure email gateways
The breakthrough that fortifies defenses and stops targeted phishing attacks
Demonstrated effectiveness of preemptive phish-detection from Fortune 1000 businesses
Today’s cyberattacks target individuals, not infrastructure, and phishing is one of the most successful and enduring types of attack.
Join this live demo to see how Wombat Security, a 4-year leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Security Awareness Computer-Based Training, reduces phishing risk by enabling phishing simulation and training to change end-user behavior.
You’ll learn how to:
- Assess your users’ susceptibility to phishing and spear phishing attacks
- Give your users hands-on practice at recognizing and avoiding phishing attacks and other social engineering scams
- Allow your employees to report suspicious messages with a single mouse click
Whether you’re just getting your program off the ground or looking to optimize your current program, this webinar will give you the knowledge you need. It’s based on proven programs involving over 27 million end users across 160 countries. Tune into to find out what others have done to reduce end-user susceptibility by 95% and build resiliency among their workforce.
Some of the topics covered include:
- Best ways to introduce and communicate a program
- Tips for increasing engagement
- Most important metrics your Board and C-level Execs will want to review
- How to handle repeat clickers
If all of the email systems in the world shut down tomorrow, would phishing attacks stop?
Why? The attack vectors hackers use to execute phishing campaigns aren’t limited to only email traffic. So defense strategies that focus on protecting just email will miss phishing activity on other attack vectors. For best protection, your security strategy needs a unified approach to protect you from phishing activity across all common attack vectors, including email, web, and network.
Join this webinar and learn:
o Attack vectors hackers exploit to execute phishing campaigns
o How phish bypass security infrastructure
o Strategies to fortify defenses and stop phishing attacks
It has been around for many years, but phishing is not a problem that’s going away any time soon.
In fact, given that attackers have shifted from targeting systems to targeting people, phishing is a tool of growing importance for threat actors, and something that potential victims need to be aware of.
Learn how organizations can prevent, detect and respond to all email threats, including phishing and social engineering and how you can use this framework to better protect your organization.
Join us as we discuss:
- Effective security training to help prevent falling for an attack
- The right tools and methods for detecting phishing
- How to respond when to email threats
Mobile phishing has grown by 85 percent year over year since 2011. These attacks are a top priority for enterprise business today.
Our research into mobile phishing has uncovered a number of malicious actors that exploit the mobile platform—unleashing such well-publicized mobile threats as Pegasus, Dark Caracal, FrozenCell, xRAT, ViperRAT, SocialPath, and Xsser/mRAT.
Watch the webcast to learn:
- How mobile phishing works
- How mobile phishing threatens the security of your enterprise
- What you can do to protect your organization
This webinar is part of the 2019 Trends and Predictions series on BrightTALK.
Join top security leaders for an interactive discussion on how to better secure the enterprise in 2019:
- Top threats on the horizon and what's at risk
- Cyber defenses and your employees
- Basic cyber safety recommendations to protect against social engineering, phishing and email cyber attacks
- Use cases and examples
- Actions to take today to protect your employees and enterprise from cyber criminals
- What to expect in 2019
The threat that most often breaches defenses is the phishing attack. One of the biggest challenges for security teams and is to quickly and effectively detect these attacks, and then efficiently investigate and respond to prevent damage.
Watch this webinar and learn how customers that integrate Area 1’s pre-emptive anti-phishing service with a SIEM platform can:
o Get deep insight and visibility into phish detected and blocked by the
Area 1 service
o Quickly and effectively uncover related advanced threat activity
o More efficiently investigate and respond to incidents
o Provide visibility into threat actor behavior and trends
o Facilitate and customize threat reporting
What’s keeping you up at night? Ransomware? Phishing? Spyware? Malware? Data Breaches? A malicious email typically opens the door to those threats. Organizations spend great energy (and budget) preventing users from falling prey, but threat actors continue to find ways to get past automated controls, staying one step ahead of artificial intelligence tools. Cofense believes solving the phishing problem is more than just awareness: it’s about empowering humans to become instinctual nodes on the cyber defense network and feeding their real-time intelligence to security teams for immediate action.
Darrel Rendell, Principal Intelligence Analyst, Cofense
Mollie Holleman, Senior Intelligence Specialist, Cofense
Hear from Aaron Higbee and Lenny Liebmann, contributing editor with InformationWeek as they discuss the latest phishing trends, attacks and defense strategies across global enterprises and some predictions of what to expect in 2018.Read more >
Sandbox technology is a favorite tool for security researchers, enabling them to analyze files and detect malware.
But is it effective at actually stopping phishing attacks without slowing down business productivity?
Watch this webinar to learn:
o How Sandboxes Detect Malware Phish
o Techniques Hackers Use to Evade Sandboxes
o A Better Way To Defeat Phish
We’re all bombarded by emails. Unfortunately, some are weaponized. They deliver ransomware, other malware, and social engineering scams. What happens when a phishing email gets past your security technologies and lands in employees’ inboxes?
This webinar will show you how to teach them to spot and report phishing, feed your incident response teams the intel to mitigate attacks and increase overall enterprise resiliency. Take the first step in creating a collective and collaborative defense. One that enables your team to stop email-based threats.
About This Live Webinar
Have you noticed an uptick in phishing traffic reaching your company’s users? Phishing has become an industry, with new methods appearing and new “dark web” services increasing the evasiveness and sheer volume of both mass and targeted phishing threats.
In this webinar, Cyren’s senior threat analysts will explain the latest phishing techniques and dissect examples of Office 365-targeted phishing campaigns, review how the phishing “industry” works today, and align these developments with data from real-world security performance assessments, in order to inform Office 365 administrators and IT managers as they choose among approaches to security.
What You Will Learn:
This webinar provides IT and security professionals from network admins to CISO’s the opportunity to understand the phishing phenomenon as applied to Office 365, and to apply lessons learned to the security strategy for their business. Takeaways will include:
•What phishing campaigns are targeting Office 365 today, what do they look like, and how do they work?
•What are the latest techniques being used in phishing campaigns to avoid detection?
•What phishing services are now being provided on the dark web, and what Office 365 credential “phishing kits” are being sold?
•On average and considering different case studies, how much phishing is getting through to users at companies using Office 365 for email?
•Are more mass-mailed phishing and targeted phishing campaigns reaching Office 365 users, and if so, by how much has each increased during the past 12 months?
Within the first 24 hours of a phishing attack, attackers hook virtually 100% of their victims. And these attacks are only growing more sophisticated and dangerous. To truly protect your business, you have to get in front of phishing attacks and stop them in as little time as possible.
In this invaluable webinar, Aberdeen’s Derek Brink reveals what the risks from phishing attacks to your business truly are, and the strategies the Best-in-Class use to reduce those risks as much as possible.
What You Will Learn
- What happens in the first 60 minutes of a phishing attack
- Why relying on browser-based protection is not enough
- Why an investment in advanced email and web security pays off
- How the Best-in-Class invest in technology that operates faster than both users and attackers
Join (ISC)² EMEA and PhishMe for a look back at 2017’s threats and a look ahead. We’ll provide an overview of what PhishMe's Intelligence team uncovered, discuss trends in phishing-delivered malware, and analyse how various delivery vectors evolved.
Some of the trends we’ll discuss:
•The implications of last year’s major global cyber-events, such as WannaCry and NotPetya
•The emergence of new ransomware families
•The abuse of legitimate functions built into business-critical software platforms to deliver malware
•The favouring of modularity and plug-in accompaniments to lightweight botnet and stealer malwares
•New ways cyber-criminals are obtaining cryptocurrency
Cyber-crime won’t slow down. Take this opportunity to learn from the recent past as you deal with current threats and prepare for whatever’s next.
The bad news: phishing is still the #1 cyber-attack vector. The good news: new PhishMe research shows how you can go on the offensive and strengthen your resiliency to costly phishing attacks.
Join Lex Robinson, Anti-Phishing / Cyber Security Strategist, as he breaks down data from training simulations and real-life attacks to reveal how you can design a great anti-phishing program. Learn how a proactive approach conditions employees to recognize both active threats—the latest attacks that are costing organizations big-time—and “classic” threats bad actors can recycle whenever they please. See how to gain insights from incident response and phishing intelligence to keep you out in front of evolving threats. You’ll learn how to take the offensive to lower susceptibility, fortify resiliency and disrupt attacks faster.
During a survey recently conducted among security professionals, 90% said phishing is the #1 threat. Yet many acknowledged they’re unprepared to deal with phishing attacks.
Attend this webinar to learn why responders are drowning in emails instead of hunting real threats. See why they’re betting on automation whilst we know, tech alone won’t stop threats from getting through and wreaking serious havoc. Learn what rapid changes and investments your peers are planning to turn the tide against phishing and protect their organisations.
You will also find out:
•How bad is the phishing threat?
•How confident are companies in their phishing responses?
•What solutions are companies using—and which ones should they add?
•How can automation and technology help? Why are humans important, too?
In early 2017, with the help of Gatepoint Research, PhishMe conducted a survey of select IT executives themed “Phishing Response Strategies”. The participants represent a wide variety of industries including business services, high tech, healthcare, financial services, and more. Survey participants were asked important questions about their current phishing response strategies’ strengths and weaknesses, as well as the current state of their phishing response programs.
Join PhishMe and Simply Direct for an in-depth review of responses to this survey and discover answers to current challenges relating to Phishing Incident Response in today’s organizations.
What are the current strategies for detecting and managing phishing attacks?
What technologies are currently deployed or in process?
What capabilities would most enhance the phishing management process?
The most persistent security challenge you face today is bad guys social engineering your users. Phishing campaigns continue to be hacker’s No. 1 preferred attack vector to get your unsuspecting users to download and install their malicious software.
Join security advocate, Erich Kron, for this live webinar. Erich will discuss brand-new research based on what your users are clicking and how you compare to your peers with new phishing benchmarks by industry.
Key topics covered in this webinar:
- New phishing benchmark data by industry
- Understanding the current phishing landscape
- Most clicked simulated phishing attacks
- Top 10 “In the Wild” reported phishing emails
- Actionable tips to create your “human firewall”
The sophisticated Eastern European cybercrime group implicated in the Chipotle hack is known for its financial targets. Learn how Carbanak launches a phishing campaign, from Michael Zeberlein, an expert in cyber-counterintelligence, advanced adversary hunting, malware analysis and digital forensics.
The talk will go over:
—The verticals being targeted
—Payloads and planning
—Specific campaigns and victims
Inbound email is the primary source of phishing attacks that lead to breaches like ransomware, BEC attacks, malware and credential harvesting. Area 1 Security locks down your email to keep your organization safe from hacks where current secure email gateways and anti-spam filters fail. This webinar shows you how to achieve absolute phishing protection with total preemption.Read more >
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Today’s hackers often favor the phishing email as their weapon of choice. Phishing attacks are not only common, but are also very difficult to defend against. What if you could detect and mitigate a phishing attack before its intended target clicks on that fatal link or opens that malicious attachment?
When your Exchange server is in the Office 365 cloud, solutions such as constant inbox scanning or relying on synchronous mail flow aren’t viable options. Instead, you can find a strong defense against phishing emails in the Message Tracking log in Exchange.
The Message Tracking log is available in both on-prem Exchange and Office 365 Cloud’s Exchange Online. Message Tracking logs include valuable information about the client, servers, sender, recipients, message subject, and more. If you can access this information and know how to mine it, you can detect likely phishing emails.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:
- Recognize the format of message tracking logs
- Pull message tracking logs from Office 365 using PowerShell’s Get-MessageTrackingLog cmdlet
- Work through a list of checks to perform against message tracking events to detect phishing emails
- Move suspect emails to a sandbox where you can use analysis tools like PhishTank, ThreatGRID, or OpenDNS
- Remove copies of phishing emails from other recipients
- Automatically detect and respond to phishing attacks with no analyst intervention
- To optimize your phishing response efficiency, LogRhythm has introduced a new open-source Phishing Intelligence Engine (PIE). PIE is a PowerShell framework focused on phishing attack detection and response.
Register for the webinar now to learn how you can use LogRhythm’s PIE and Office 365 to better detect and respond to phishing attacks.
Ransomware, BEC, and malware all start with phishing attacks. Phishing education tries to make users security experts, and fails to stop breaches. Attacks always start with tiny patterns that reveal the attacker's plans. Prevention stops attacks before they happen. Area 1 Security reveals its unique approach to preemptive cybersecurity, stopping all types of phishing at their source.Read more >