Hackers Are Striking Gold with Your Employees' PII

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As ransomware becomes more prevalent and spear phishing more pervasive, it is imperative for enterprises to have employee PII strategies in place to reduce their cybersecurity risk exposure.

This webinar explores the threats that companies face should employee PII be compromised, as well as the kind of information that is valuable, where it ends up, and how it's leaked. It will explore privacy strategies that will help you mitigate the risk of employee PII on your organization, cutting off typical routes criminals use for phishing and ransomware attacks.  

Key talking points:

  • The threats that companies face when information about employees leaks online
  • The methods that criminals use to find and use that information
  • Strategies to eliminate existing compromised PII and prevent it in the future


James Arnold


Danny Bradbury

Contributing Writer & North America Webinar Moderator

Michael  Castro

Risk Executive Advisor & Founder, RiskAware Group

    Rob Shavell

    CEO, Abine, & Founder of DeleteMe, Abine

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