Ryan Jones, Principal Sales Engineer, APAC, Cofense
Mottos like "If you see something, say something" speak to the power of human observation in preventing security disasters. Similarly, valuable human-generated intelligence can be effective in preventing data breaches emanating from phishing attacks. In today’s changing cyber threat landscape, humans need to be conditioned to recognise phishing attacks and security teams need to be armed with actionable threat intelligence to rapidly manage an attack once it hits.
This is where Phishing Threat Intelligence comes into play. By extracting key IOCs from newer phishing threats and making them available to security teams, organisations can detect attacks in progress and respond quickly to reduce the effect of a breach. Plus, by incorporating the same intelligence and tactics in your awareness program, you can train your users to more quickly detect and report an active threat.
Join Cofense and (ISC)² on Sep 4, 2019 (Wed) at 14:00 (GMT +8) to learn about:
- The constantly changing threat landscape
- Turning active, real threats into learning moments for your users
- Speeding up response with timely, actionable intelligence
Presenter: Ryan Jones, Principal Sales Engineer, APAC, Cofense
Moderator: Chuan-Wei Hoo, CISSP, Technical Advisor, Asia-Pacific, (ISC)²