Will Social Engineering always be a Zero Day Attack?

When:  Sep 11, 2019 from 18:30 to 20:30 (IE)
Associated with  Ireland Chapter

Why is Social Engineering still the unpatched vulnerability? Ransomware attacks soared 195 percent in the UK in the first half of 2019, according to the mid-year threat report from California-based cybersecurity firm SonicWall. In 2018 they estimate a total of 10.52bn malware attacks occurred. The most common infection point still remains the end user.

Why can’t we fix this?

Learn how Social Engineering works. Understand the Kill Chain in Social Engineering and Ransomware. Understand the steps any business can take to protect themselves.

Speaker Profile - Sean Hanna

With an IT career spanning 3 decades, Sean brings his passion for customer service and business-driven solutions to Information Security to the local market. An unprecedented 4 times global award-winning information security trainer, Sean is a founding member of the EC Council Circle of Excellence as well as one of their top Master Trainers. Holding over 30 industry accreditations including CISSP, CISM, CISA, GCIA, GCIH, and CGEIT Sean has worked with many companies across Europe.