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Protect Against Cyber Attacks

07.03.2024 15:00

How To Recognise The Attack Vectors And Protect Your Business From Them

The US Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) had published an advisory on inadequate security controls and practices. This advisory indicates that cybercriminals often attack companies and organisations in order to infiltrate their systems and steal valuable information or cause damage.

The use of phishing emails is a common tactic, with cybercriminals using legitimate senders to steal credentials or other sensitive information. Exploiting publicly available applications and external remote services that are inadequately secured is also a commonly used method to gain access to networks. This can be particularly dangerous when sensitive information such as personal data or intellectual property is involved.

This webinar will explain the most common attack vectors used by attackers. Recommendations on how to defend against these cyber attacks will then be presented. The webinar will be held in English and will provide an opportunity to increase your understanding of security threats and learn best practices for protecting your business.

  • Date: Thursday, 07.03.2024
  • Time: 3-4pm


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Nadia Meichtry studied forensic sciences at the University of Lausanne and graduated with a Master in Digital Forensics in summer 2020. She is a certified GIAC Certified Forensic Analyst (GCFA) and GIAC Reverse Engineering Malware (GREM), and certified OSSTMM Professional Security Tester (OPST). Nadia joined Oneconsult in August 2020 as a Digital Forensics & Incident Response Specialist.

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