Hackers are taking advantage of your remote workforce. What can you do to stop them?

Throughout the pandemic, hackers have manipulated people into sharing login credentials, downloading malware, and transfering money. How? They’ve capitalized on people’s fears and state of distraction. In this webinar, you’ll understand the phishing tactics hackers are using today and learn why a human-first approach to security can help stop people falling for the scams.

You’ll hear from the Professor of Communication at Stanford who is an expert in trust and deception, Chief Hacking Officer at TrustedSec and Head of Cyber at global law firm Mishcon de Reya. They'll share how attackers are manipulating your employees and how to stop them before significant damage is done to your reputation and bottom line.

*UK ISACA Members can earn CPE credits by attending this webinar.

19 August

4:30pm UK, 11:30am NY, 8:30am SF

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UK ISACA Members can earn CPE credits by joining this webinar.

Your Speakers

Dave Kennedy

Chief Hacking Officer, TrustedSec

David is a cybersecurity authority whose mission is to drive the industry forward and make the world a more secure place. Beyond founding TrustedSec and Binary Defense, he was also one of the founding members of the “Penetration Testing Execution Standard“ - the industry leading standard on how penetration tests should be performed and methodologies.

Jeff Hancock

Professor of Communications, Stanford

Jeff is the Harry and Norman Chandler Professor of Communication at Stanford University. He and his team specialize in using computational linguistics and experiments to understand how the words we use can reveal psychological and social dynamics, such as deception and trust, emotional dynamics, intimacy and relationships. Professor Hancock is well-known for his research on how people use deception with technology, and his work has been published in over 80 journals.

Joe Hancock

Head of Cyber, Mishcon de Reya

Joe has a wide range of expertise in cyber risk and security, data protection and investigations, with first-hand experience of some of the UK’s largest cyber incidents. Through a variety of consulting roles he has helped organisations prepare for cyber breaches and data loss events across global sectors including: Energy, Retail, Defence and Financial Services as well as for government. He began his career in the Defence and National Security sector and was one of the first cyber specialists in the Lloyds insurance market, supporting the underwriting of cyber risks.

Henry Trevelyan Thomas

Head of Customer Sucess, TESSIAN

As Head of Customer Success, Henry is responsible for customer success, product delivery and account management, finding ways to ensure Tessian’s clients have the right solutions in place to stand out from their competitors. A former commercial/IP lawyer, Henry’s passion for creating exceptional client experiences began during his time as an Associate at global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright. Here, he advised a number of high-profile technology companies such as Deliveroo and Alibaba on issues such as intellectual property and data protection.