Sponsors: CPH Airport & Novozymes
Date & Time: 26.10 15:00 CET
Summary: Between 80-90% of breaches contain the human element of social engineering and, usually, phishing. Mikael Knus and Alice Ågren from Hoxhunt will present new insights and information on the latest email threats confronting Danish companies and their global satellite offices. The threats revealed in this webinar will be at the cutting edge of the constantly-evolving threat landscape, because they are actual phishing attacks reported by the Hoxhunt human sensor network.
But this presentation goes even further. Supported by data on phishing-related behavior of over 1 million users, Mikael and Alice will submit compelling evidence to answer the most important questions on social engineering, risk, and cybersecurity awareness & phishing training:
- Does awareness training really work?
- If so, why?
- What are the keys to a successful security program; one that actually lowers risk of a breach?
Who we are, what we will present, and how we will answer the biggest questions on everyone’s minds: "Does awareness training work? Can we reduce bad clicks and lower risk of phishing breaches?"
Problem landscape - Alice
Phishing attacks are becoming more sophisticated and prolific
Top Active Attacks in Denmark - Mikael
Real attacks and they work
Top Active Attacks in Other Regions - Mikael
Real attacks on relevant regions, and how they work
Cybersecurity behavior and risk statistics - Alice
The world's first glimpse at awareness training statistics on phishing simulation performance and real threat reporting behavior change