Preventing Phishing Attacks

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Emily Laufer, Threat Research Product Marketing Manager at Zscaler

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With so many teams working remotely, employees at home have become the new network perimeter. This flexible new definition of “workplace” and BYOD policies around personal devices, stretch potential attack surfaces even further. These expanding threat landscapes are difficult to define and to protect, and phishing has become one of the most effective ways for attackers to gain access to a network. This makes the “human” element a vital consideration in a robust security program. Hybrid, remote, or on-premises, if you work with humans, you are at risk for phishing. So, join us to learn more about the potential threats, trends, solutions and best practices for preventing phishing attacks in your organization.

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