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08 Dec 2021 16:00

Cofense Protect MSP Thought Leadership Webinar Phishing Intelligence and Threats that Matter to MSPs

Location: https://webinars.on24.com/cofense/E92

 

2021 has been quite the year. And it’s not over yet! There have been some notable changes and innovations in the phishing threat landscape that have made it even more challenging for MSPs and their customers to detect phishing attacks quickly and accurately.

Ransomware is a significant organizational risk and has received a lot of recent press coverage.  But another phishing-based threat is even more prevalent. Data from the Cofense 2021 Annual State of Phishing Report shows 57% of phishing attacks are designed to steal credentials. Worse, credential phishing attacks are typically complex and lure the user further away from the initial phish, making them nearly impossible for legacy security solutions like SEGs to detect.

Join Cofense on 8th December at 4pm to understand what has transpired, what to expect heading into 2022 and how to deliver state-of-the-are phishing protection for your customers. Michael Callahan, Senior Vice President of Global Marketing will lead an interactive discussion with phishing defence and intelligence experts, David Janson & Mollie MacDougall. They’ll walk through the threats seen by Cofense, the predictions they're making for the remainder of the year, and the lessons they've learned on how MSPs can protect organisations from the phishing threats that evade perimeter defences.

Highlights include:

- Insights of various phishing campaigns that evaded SEGs and reached end users, delivering credential phish and malware.

- How threat actors are evolving and adapting their tactics, making it more difficult for end users to know what’s safe and what’s not.

- Expert predictions of what is coming in the remainder of 2021, into 2022.

 

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