Sophisticated cybercriminals are playing the long game. Unlike the typical hit-and-run cyber attacks, they build trust before laying their traps. They create a story so believable and intertwined with trust that even the most careful individuals can get caught in a trap set over time. Are your users prepared to confront such calculated attacks?
Join us for this webinar where Roger A. Grimes, Data-Driven Defense Evangelist at KnowBe4, walks you through the ins and outs of long-game social engineering advanced techniques. During the webinar, you’ll:
- Dive deep into the shadowy strategies of long-game social engineering, such as non-threatening conversations used to build trust over time
- Explore chilling, true stories where bad actors spun elaborate webs of trust
- Learn how to recognize the sneaky clues of long-game engineering scams, such as excessive flattery, feigned common interests and efforts to quickly transition conversations away from email
- Discover tools to enhance your security awareness training program and defend against long-game phishing and other malicious attacks
Don’t get caught in the trap of long-game social engineering! Learn how to spot these attacks before they happen and earn continuing professional education (CPE) credit for attending!