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UPDATE : The registration link has been renewed ( Issue was reported with the original link) 

When : Jan 20 2015 7:00 PM  (Online) UAE - Dubai

Hacking is easy! Don;t make it even easier for Attackers

We have all heard it before: It’s not a matter of IF, but WHEN you’ll be hacked. Some even say that we are all (already) hacked. Hacking can impact the ability of organisations to do business, expose sensitive customer information or industrial secrets and have direct and indirect negative financial consequences for businesses.

Despite the many high profile cases we see disclosed on a regular basis, and the efforts to improve awareness, we continue to see organisations being hacked over and over again. One of the reasons is that security has not yet become a concern for the entire business. Therefore, efforts to reduce the risk of breaches are often misaligned and leave dangerous entry points open for attackers.

 

In this webinar, Erdal will show you how easy it is to gain access to a machine using very basic hacking techniques. He will talk about the importance of developing an information security strategy that starts with investing in getting the basics right!

Key takeaways:

- How easy it is to hack a machine

- A vision of a strong information security strategy

- How the basics of security can significantly reduce the attack surface for cyber-criminals and therefore reduce risk

 

register Here : https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/10573/140011

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