Join us for a CTA Webinar, Taking a Byte Out of Cybercrime, featuring CTA President & CEO, Michael Daniel, and Cybercrime Support Network President & CEO, Kristin Judge.
Just as the Internet has become ubiquitous, it seems that cybercrime has become pervasive as well. It’s easy to be scammed and think that there’s nothing you can do about it. It can easily feel like there’s so many smart criminals out there that they can’t possibly be stopped. However, that’s not true. While you can never drive your cyber risk to zero, you can substantially reduce it. You can make life much more difficult for the cyber criminals and still gain the benefits of our digitally connected world. Even for small and medium businesses or individuals, the task is not impossible. Kristin Judge, CEO of the Cybercrime Support Network, and Michael Daniel, CEO of the Cyber Threat Alliance, will talk about the real threat cybercrime poses, put it in perspective, and lay out the ways you can improve security without needing a black belt in cybersecurity. We’ll talk about the resources CSN provides and how it is working with organizations like CTA to take a byte out of cybercrime.
Author: Cyber Threat Alliance
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