SPEAR PHISHING: THE COST OF
DAMAGES AND HOW TO CREATE THE ROI CASE FOR BOLSTERING YOUR DEFENSES
Spear phishing has
quickly evolved into one of the dangerous forms of spam.
Phishing emails, designed to steal passwords, banking info, and
other sensitive information, have become very common and very
emails become even harder to spot when they are part of a
targeted attack. These attacks target an individual or
organization, using information to craft a message that appears
Many IT and Security
professionals know they need to bolster their defenses but are
having trouble justifying new investments internally with a good
In this session, you
will discover the damaging numbers behind the average spear
phishing attack, and the collateral damage it can create.
Discover how to get the internal buy-in to protect against these
Join Michael Osterman
and Paul Wood, Cyber Security Intelligence Manager at Symantecís
Security Technology and Response Group for an informative
Webinar on Tuesday, December 4th at 1:00pm EST / 10:00am PST.
You will discover what the average attack means to your
organization, how you can counter these primary threats, and get
the resources approved to implement the right solution.
Cyber Security Intelligence Manager, Symantec's Security
Technology and Response Group
In this 55-minute Webinar,
you will discover:
What does a single
spear phishing attack cost the average organization and what
are the estimated costs over a year?
What are some of
the ways your organization can counter these costly threats?
What are some best
practices for evaluating if your defenses are prepared for
spear phishing and the changing nature of other new threats?
How can you
justify improving your defenses to counter spear phishing
and similar attacks?
What should you
look for in a spear phishing security solution today?
Attend this Webinar and ask your
top email and spear phishing security questions!
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