Phishing out in the wild: How to protect your business from cyber phishing attacks

Thursday 18 August 2022

Most small business cyber-attacks are due to human error.  Find out what you should know about protecting your business against phishing and spear phishing scams. 

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In this webinar, our experts teach you how your end-users can avoid taking the bait by walking through various case studies and examples. Explore their tips and insights to help build your cyber resilience by strengthening your business’ defence.

This session aims to help you learn more about:

  • What phishing and spear phishing is – and how they can leave your business vulnerable
  • How to recognise the signs of a scam so that you know when it’s time to reach out for help
  • Best practices to protect yourself, your business, and your customers from these threats
Jonathan Horne

Jonathan Horne

CEO | CyberAware

Jonathan is the Founder and CEO of CyberAware. Since its inception in 2017, CyberAware focuses on fun and engaging training videos combined with realistic real-world phishing simulations to start the conversation, instead of scaring and shaming people.

Nicole Fossati

Nicole Fossati

Senior Manager, Digital Content

Trusted to know what story needs telling and how to tell it, Nicole delivers on 15 years in media, marketing, and digital content production with engaging strategies built on real life data for the benefit of real life people.

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