Could you be leaking information about yourself or your employer?
Are your social media profiles and posts revealing more than they should?
Does your Social Engineering Training Cover These Most Essential Topics?
Social engineering (SE) is costing companies and individuals literally billions of dollars in losses. Ransomware’s primary delivery mechanism is via SE. Ransomware projected by the FBI to be a billion-dollar business not including the $75 billion in lost productivity. Whaling/CEO fraud has costs over $3billion in the last three years and these are only those whom have admitted to being victims. Come learn the latest SE techniques and mitigating strategies.
The Agenda includes:
· Keynote presentations from Industry leaders
· Interactive workshops, “hands-on” exercises on social engineering.
· CISO panel on implications of social engineering and mitigating strategies
· Social Engineering Audit For Your Social Media Profiles
· Public & private education panel discussing SE in higher educations
· Special considerations for Small Businesses
· Panel on legal and insurance strategies
· NJ State and government resources available to assist before and after an incident
· How to prevent common SE tactics such as Phishing, Pharming, Whaling/CEO fraud, IRS scams
· Test your Social Engineering Knowledge
· Steps to Protect Yourself, Friends and Family Against Social Engineering
· How to Recover From Identity Theft
· How to Secure IoT in your house
· Data Aggregators - what is available about you?
· SE video contest
The SE-Conference is open to the public and presentations will be geared from novice to expert. The conference does not require a cyber security or information technology background. It will address social engineering from multiple perspectives.
Social engineering, in the context of information security, refers to psychological manipulation of people into performing actions or divulging confidential information. A type of confidence trick for the purpose of information gathering, fraud, or system access, it differs from a traditional "con" in that it is often one of many steps in a more complex fraud scheme.
The NJ Chapter of (ISC)2, friends and sponsoring NY/NJ/CT Metro are associations are excited to present leading edge insights, discussion and exchange of innovative, future focused ideas and solutions to address technical and business related social engineering.
The high-quality program offers prevention, detection, mitigation, response and recovery educational programs for emerging issues facing today’s businesses, governments, educators, and cyber security practitioners.
The best of frameworks, devices, and applications can be compromised if the people managing and using them are, this conference is to highlight how easily people can be manipulated and how to avoid falling prey.