Understanding and Preventing Social Engineering Attacks
How Vulnerable is Your Organization?
SlashNext and Dark Reading brought their experts together to discuss the changing nature and methods of social engineering attacks and the technology solutions to thwart these attacks.
Social engineering attacks – including phishing, watering holes, and social network attacks – are evolving at an incredible pace. Some reports indicate that as many as 97% of cyber-attacks into private or government organization involves targeting users through social engineering.
Watch the replay of this popular webinar to hear about:
- The changing methods of social engineering attacks and how they have evolved
- New technologies are changing the nature and methods of social engineering
- The most effective methods of defending against this growing threat
- The use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in security defenses
Exceptional Power, Extreme Accuracy
SEER™ stands for Session Emulation and Environment Reconnaissance. It’s a new and more effective approach for detecting phishing threats that evade anti-phishing methods that rely on URL inspection and domain reputation analysis. SEER uses virtual browsers to dynamically inspect page contents and server behavior in a purpose-built cloud to definitively detect phishing sites in real-time and with extreme accuracy.
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