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Anatomy of a User-Based Attack

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By exploiting a user’s weak or stolen credentials or getting a user to click on a malicious link within an email, attackers can easily gain access to your network and remain undiscovered for a longer period of time.
 
This webinar will explore the anatomy of a user-based attack, including how to:
  • Look for suspicious user patterns and behaviours;
  • Detect indicators of compromised user accounts;
  • Diagnose an attacker’s entry and lateral movements within the network;
  • How to educate users to look out for malicious links and phishing

Speakers

Chris Hadnagy

Chris Hadnagy Author & CEO of Social-Engineer Inc.

    Matthew Hathaway

    Senior Product Manager, Rapid7

      Stephen Pritchard

      Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

        Kai Roer

        Founder and CEO of CLTRe

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