Presented By: Mark Chapman - CFE, CISSP, CISM, CRISC - Chapman Technology Group, Inc. and President & Founder of PhishLine.com
The most damaging information security attacks often use low-tech social-engineering methods to trick users into sharing sensitive information. In spite of the significant money spent on email and web content filtering technologies, organizations must rely ultimately on the generally unreliable "human firewall” to thwart phishing attempts. For such an important class of critical security controls, it is surprisingly rare to formally configure and manage the human layer beyond ad-hoc techniques based on anecdotal, incomplete, and inaccurate information.
This session explores ways to safely use some of the methods employed by attackers to provide objective, understandable, and actionable metrics to proactively measure, manage, and improve the effectiveness of the last line of defense.
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Health Partners Facility
8170 33rd Ave. So.
Superior Room, 2nd floor
Located off I-494 near the Airport and Mall of America, park in the visitor parking lot on the west side of the building. When taking the train (LRT), get off at the Bloomington Central station stop (it stops right in front of HealthPartners.)
Please RSVP to Kelley Archer at this email address - firstname.lastname@example.org