Preventing Phishing Attacks in the Digital Workforce

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Poor cybersecurity habits and simple mistakes made by employees place organisations at greater risk of credential theft and infiltration. Despite all the advancements in cybersecurity, phishing continues to be the number one source of breaches. As companies move toward a more digital and remote workforce—especially during the Covid-19 pandemic—the risk of employees falling for a phishing attack increases. 

Cybercriminals are becoming more adept at fooling employees with timely topics, sometimes when people are at their most vulnerable. A particularly important goal of attackers is to gather employee credentials, which are then used to capture and control company data for malicious financial gain.  

In this webinar, we will discuss the current phishing trends of 2020 and demonstrate how to prevent attacks in the digital workforce. Some of the questions we will discuss include:

  • How have phishing attack trends changed as a result of Covid-19?
  • What common phishing techniques are working for attackers?
  • How can you eliminate the risk of phishing for your digital and remote workforce?


Webinar Speakers

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James Locus

Sr. Product Marketing Manager
Menlo Security

BP Lau

Director Systems Engineer
Menlo Security

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