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One of the most significant risks in the cybersecurity landscape is not necessarily new threat actors or changes to attack methodology but complacency. Too many organizations and their employees think that cyberattacks only hit the “big” companies. They don’t suspect that employees may be falling asleep at the keyboard, or worse, trying to find ways around cybersecurity controls for personal gain.
Business and public sector entities may have phishing email tests and annual training without incorporating automated controls to combat real-time risks. Similarly, other entities will have preventative controls that are industry relevant, but not tailored to those organizations’ unique risk.
In this webinar we will explore:
A hybrid approach to risk mitigation.
How some of the most commonplace insider cybersecurity risks persist in small and medium-sized organizations.
Internal ethics recommendations for cybersecurity programs, and risk mitigation strategies for small and medium-sized organizations.
Knowledge of basic cybersecurity and fraud risk management concepts
You Will Learn How To:
Determine the root causes of insider-driven cyber risk
Navigate real-life examples and case studies of insider cyber risk
Apply recommendations to shore up cybersecurity risks
Group Internet Based
Credit by Field of Study
Registration & Fees
Michael Schidlow, CFE - Speaker
Financial Crime Compliance Advisory and Training Specialist
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