eSummit: Your Cybersecurity Awareness Month Action Plan for Conquering Human Error
Recorded live on October 14, 2020
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month!
Cyber threat actors are getting more creative and more skilled at hacking the human. That's why we've created this security awareness training event to look at fresh attack techniques your end-users are facing and your security team needs to manage.
SecureWorld and KnowBe4 have joined forces to bring you a free, half-day online summit. The agenda of in-depth talks and interactive discussions is designed to help you create a culture of cybersecurity within your organization.
9am PT / 12pm ET Opening Keynote
The Mind's Lie: How Our Thoughts and Actions Can Be Hacked and Hijacked Presented by: Perry Carpenter, Chief Evangelist & Strategy Officer
10am PT / 1pm ET Breakout Sessions
Combatting Rogue URL Tricks: How You Can Quickly Identify and Investigate the Latest Phishing Attacks Presented by: Roger Grimes, Data-Driven Defense Evangelist
Your 2020 Ransomware Hostage Rescue Guide Presented by: Erich Kron, CISSP, Security Awareness Advocate
11am PT / 2pm ET Breakout Sessions
An IT Pro's First-Hand Experience: How to Conquer Human Error with Security Awareness Training
Presented by: David Tutwiler CISSP, and Erich Kron, Security Awareness Advocate
Open Sesame! And Other Passwords Challenges An interview with Roger Grimes, Data-Driven Defense Evangelist
12pm PT / 3pm ET Closing Session
Final Takeaways: Empowering Your Human Firewall Presented by: Perry Carpenter, Chief Evangelist & Strategy Officer
You'll leave this eSummit inspired and armed with actionable information you can immediately implement to help protect your organization.
Register one time for all sessions or just the ones you like!
All sessions will be eligible for CPE credit—up to 6 credits.*
All sessions will be recorded for on-demand viewing for the next nine months. Share with a colleague or come back and review the sessions anytime.
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