$149 - $49 Small- and Medium-Sized (SMB) Employee Cybersecurity Training Seminar

* Open to the general public | Discounts for group registrations, active duty military, veterans, senior citizens, and students

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General Admission Ticket: $149
Group Discount Ticket: $99
Military/Senior/Student: $49
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"We humans are the first and last line of defense against cybercriminals."

2-Hour LIVE Security Awareness Training Seminar - Topic Outlines

TOPIC 1: SOCIAL ENGINEERING
•    Define social engineering the bugs in the human hardware that makes us susceptible to exploit
•    Video reviews and related discussions on the topics of cognitive biases and the power of pretexting
•    Common social engineering threat vectors such as waterholes, phishing and spear-phishing, quid-pro-quo, tailgating, ‘round the corner, and baiting.
•    Common tactics, techniques and procedures used by threat actors including Google dorking, Maltego and Kali Linux

TOPIC 2: PHISHING, SPEAR-PHISHING, WHALING & RANSOMWARE
•    The difference between phishing, spear-phishing, and whaling
•    A deep dive into the anatomy of a spear-phishing attack & characteristics of a malicious email, text and phone call
•    Video review discussion on the topic of voice phishing (vishing)
•    The underground marketplace (Dark Web) and the anonymity and commerce tools used by these merchants of mayhem
•    What ransomware is and a discussion on recent ransomware attacks
•    What to do if a victim or ransomware and a discussion on the organization’s decision to pay or not pay
•    How to minimize the risk of a ransomware attack

TOPIC 3: CYBERCRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY
•    Cybercrime defined and the role of forensic psychology and offender profiling
•    An exploration of offender profiling, its approaches, and its methods

TOPIC 4: INSIDER THREATS
•    How insider threats happen
•    The three personas of compromised insiders: malicious actors, negligent actors, and compromised agents
•    What to do when you believe an employee is compromised

TOPIC 5: EXTERNAL THREAT ACTORS
•    A series of deep dives on the major global threat actors and the related open source intelligence available to help understand motivations
•    The complexities of vulnerabilities introduced by the internet-of-things (IoT) and bring-your-own-device (BYOD)

Locations & Dates
November 9, 2018 | Los Angeles CLOSED
November 12, 2018 | Phoenix CLOSED
November 16, 2018 | Dallas CLOSED
November 19, 2018 | San Antonio CLOSED
November 23, 2018 | Houston CLOSED
December 3, 2018 | Chicago CLOSED
December 10, 2018 | New York City CLOSED
December 17, 2018 | Orlando CLOSED
January 21, 2019 | San Francisco CLOSED
January 28, 2019 | San Diego CLOSED
ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS & DATES PENDING
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