Behind the Scenes: 4 Ways Your Organization Can Be Hacked

About this webinar

Recorded: January 23, 2019

If a hacker was sneaking around your network right now, how would you know? In this on-demand webinar, Brian Johnson from 7 Minute Security will reveal some of the security gaps that attackers use to breach organizations, based on his firsthand experience with clients. The coolest part of the session is when Brian demonstrates how you can catch attackers red-handed before they manage to take control of your systems.

If you have already watched any of Brian’s sessions, you know that he always succeeds at making the presentation not only useful but also extremely amusing. This time, you’ll get to enjoy how he uncovers:

  • How attackers access a network using a foothold on a compromised machine
  • How they crack Wi-Fi using hacking tools such as Wifite
  • How hackers brute-force a local workstation’s admin account
  • How you can detect suspicious activity in its early stages to prevent a breach
  • And for dessert — how to be alerted about MouseJack attacks!
Hosted by
Jeff Melnick,
Solutions engineer
Brian Johnson,
Security enthusiast / Podcaster

Tips, Tools and Techniques for Overcoming Data Protection Challenges

Tighter data protection regulations have forced organizations to put data security at the top of their priority list. Join this panel of experts to discover why companies fail to ensure data security and how to avoid the same fate. They will discuss common data protection challenges: intellectual property theft, data loss, data breaches, system disruptions and compliance regulations.

Register now for a dynamic panel discussion:

  • Gain expert insight into tools and techniques for improving data security in your organization
  • Hear recommendations for how to justify investments in IT security
  • Get simple yet effective tips for enhancing data privacy and protection
  • Learn the key differences between compliance and security
  • Leave the event with a clear and realistic action plan for avoiding data breaches

 

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