How to Minimize The Risk Of Social Engineering Attacks

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Dan Mcloughlin, OneSpan

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Social Engineering attacks continue to rise now more than ever, also in the Asia-Pacific region. Attackers are taking advantage of the fear and attention around the coronavirus outbreak, using the topic to bait victims into opening malicious attachments. Banks and other financial institutions (FIs) need to protect their online and mobile banking against these ever evolving attacks (trojans, spear phishing or voice phishing). It’s crucial for FIs to strengthen the security for their users as they are the weakest point. How can you protect your users against Social Engineering attacks? Watch our webinar and learn: - The latest social engineering attack methods - The transaction authorization weaknesses - Industry best practices and use cases SPEAKER - Dan Mcloughlin, Principal Technical Account Manager, OneSpan

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