Webinar: Watch out, toxic mail!

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Social engineering is the term we use to describe the attempt to exploit the greatest security vulnerability of all – us humans. The gateways for this type of criminal manipulation range from the front door to the telephone to the e-mail inbox.

Phishing & Co.

This webinar will focus on how we can protect ourselves from contaminated emails: How we can recognize fake mail, what criminal intentions lie behind it, how we can react to it sensibly, and how we can also protect ourselves from ourselves: from our natural reflexes and unconscious behaviors that are sometimes faster than reason. This refers to a sense of duty, helpfulness, fear or greed. Because these are precisely the levers where social engineering comes into play and where we have to be particularly attentive.

The webinar is aimed at everyone who regularly uses the Internet and could become a target for social engineering. Even if we consider ourselves competent users, we can always learn something new or help protect others in our environment from dubious schemes of this kind.

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 Matthias Altmann

Matthias Altmann

IT-Security Expert

  • When: Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.
  • Location: Online (the participation link will be sent by email).
  • Duration: approx. 60 minutes
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