Employee personal info online is increasingly leveraged in social engineering methods, credential-stuffing attacks, as well as spoofing of individuals and companies in attacks against vendors, customers, and in financially-motivated business identity-theft.
This on-demand webcast, hosted by CIO Moderator, Sara Kirk, summarizes our recent research into workforce privacy exposure trends, its impact on the changing cybersecurity environment, and how it feeds into other forms of individual-worker, executive, and company reputational risk.
The methods of open source intelligence (OSINT) wielded by threat actors – involving automated scraping of public sources, cross referenced against breached data – are getting more sophisticated and presenting new challenges to traditional methods of risk management. In short, employee personal info online is dangerous.
In this webcast we discuss:
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