Social Engineering: The Manipulated Insider
Social Engineering is the art of manipulating people to (unwittingly) divulge personal or sensitive information to include banking, social security numbers (SSNs), and/or system access credentials to be used for nefarious purposes. This webinar will explain the most common practices and techniques of social engineering, and multiple case examples will demonstrate how individuals and organizations can mitigate these constantly evolving threats.
Thursday, January 11, 2024

12:00 to 1:30 pm ET

Location:  This webinar is hosted exclusively on the CDSE Adobe Connect online virtual platform.


Registered participants may access this event by selecting the "For Registered Particpants - Webinar Login" button below or the link provided in a follow-up email. To access this webinar, you will need your email address and the password you used during registration.




Classification: The webinar is UNCLASSIFIED.  Classified and controlled unclassified information (CUI) will not be presented or discussed. 

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