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Hackers vs Hackers! How friendly hackers can help you mitigate new data security risks.
Cybersecurity incidents may not be making the top headlines right now, at least not in the traditional way. They have been replaced by the global pandemic and one of the more vital U.S. elections in history. However, cybersecurity has been exploited in the first instance and has been identified as an instrumental tool in the attempt to undermine the second, or many elections around the world for that matter.

How can your organization both validate your existing defense posture and identify ways to strengthen it in the face of ever-evolving tactics, those designed to exploit your security weaknesses before you know they are there? How can you be confident that you understand new cybersecurity threats developed by highly-skilled "bad guys" and the corresponding controls? What do professionals in law enforcement, forensic investigation, IT, and legal positions need to know?

For this 75-minute webinar, we have enlisted professionals with experience in and with the intelligence community, offensive security programs, penetration testing, ethical hacking, law enforcement, and securing large cloud computing platforms used by individuals, corporations and governments.

The webinar comprises discussion and illustrations covering:

New tactics, techniques and procedures being deployed by hackers during the COVID-19 pandemic and how to thwart them.

Preparing for ransomware assaults by enlisting a mock "friendly nation-state" adversary to compromise and infiltrate your organization with benign ransomware before the real adversaries try.

Learn where your weaknesses are against what continues to drive most data security incidents.

Defending your wireless networks and devices from these frightening tactics.

This webinar is eligible for CPE and CLE credit.

This webinar will be recorded and your registration assumes acknowledgment.

Oct 21, 2020 08:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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