Free webinar on social media hacks – staying safe while surfing

July 29, 2016 at 11:49 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

What do you think when you hear “social media hack?” The top of everyone’s nightmare list is having an attacker take control of your Facebook account and impersonate you online, expose private information, or steal your data – or your money. This kind of hack gets the most news, and it’s potentially the most dangerous attack. The results can range from simple pranking or trolling to blackmail, identity theft, account lockout, and financial loss.

But how easily can you recognize other types of social media hacks – the ones that try to steal corporate data, spread malicious websites or code, or even influence the course of an election?

What makes these attacks uniquely “social media” based is that they rely on these huge user bases of relatively unsophisticated users – like grandma and your boss’s boss – and they take advantage of how few checks and balances there are when it comes to creating a user profile.

Join Transcender’s training expert George Monsalvatge for a 45-minute webinar that will help you (and your users) identify these increasingly sophisticated and distributed attacks aimed at social media networks. The webinar is FREE and relatively painless to join – just click the helpful link below:

Social Media Hack Attacks:
Staying Safe While Surfing
Register Today!
This webinar discusses several types of social media attacks and discusses best practices in order to prevent social media attacks.
8/3/2016 at 12:00 pm EST / 11:00 am CST


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