Security Threats Make Users a Top Target
Phishing, spear phishing and social engineering attacks are among the most dangerous cybersecurity threats. What do they have in common? All prey on users to achieve a foothold on networks to carry out deeper intrusions into an organization's systems. At the CDW Protect SummIT in Philadelphia, we spoke to security experts about why users are such a vulnerable target and how organizations can protect them. For more videos and articles from the Protect SummIT, visit biztechmag.com/CDW-Protect-Summit-Philadelphia.
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Gabriel Whalen, Principal Field Solution Architect, CDW
Chester Ney, IT Director, All4
Michael Marsilio, CISO, Paradies Lagardere
Alyssa Miller, Manager, Information Security Solutions Practice, CDW
- Users may not have deep knowledge of threats and security practices, making them a particularly vulnerable target.
- Many cybercriminals target executives and human resources personnel to attack the valuable data they control.
- Training and solutions that boost email and endpoint security can help protect against attacks on users.