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Network Security Webinar Series – Social Engineering Fraud

  • By: Garry Feldman
  • Date: May 18, 2016

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  • March 24, 2016
    10:00 am - 10:30 am


Join U.S. Computer Connection’s free Social Engineering Fraud Prevention Webinar and train your employees to recognize the threat. Better yet, gather your employees around the conference table for lunch and view the webinar together.

Learn how to identify:

CEO/Email Fraud

Phishing & Spamming


Caller ID Scamming

Employee education is the best defense against Social Engineering

Social Engineering targets the weakest link in network security: employees. This type of fraud is the process of getting employees to perform actions which leads them to reveal confidential information. The confidential information is then used to gain access to corporate data or fraud. Attempts are made through email, social media like Twitter and Facebook, as well as web searches.

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