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Will social engineering always be a zero day attack?

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Grand Central Hotel Belfast

9-15 Bedford Street

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Understand the common attack vectors and techniques deployed and see how crimeware kits automate the whole process for the hacker.

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This 90 minute session will tell the story of Dave

We read about 1000’s of companies being hit with ransomware attacks despite having invested heavily in cyber defences. Yet, It only takes one Dave to bypass all your firewalls, IPS’s and malware defences. Why is it, that we haven’t found an effective defence against social engineering attacks?

Join us as we take a deep dive into the world of Dave and learn how Hackers manipulate our trust during social engineering attacks. Understand the common attack vectors and techniques deployed and see how crimeware kits automate the whole process for the hacker.

Ever wondered what’s covered on a Hacking course or how your business would benefit from having those skills on the team? Taken from the world renowned EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker programme, we deliver an enthralling 90 minutes lift directly from the course. We will cover the same theory and technical explanations and demos the way we teach it during our unique and interactive Certified Ethical Programme. It's 90 minutes of in-depth, technical learning for free.

Sean Hanna will be delivering this informative session

Our lead instructor, Sean Hanna, is an EC Council Master Trainer and a founder member of the EC Council’s Circle of Excellence. Sean has been a leading contributor to the development of the CEH programme and he was awarded the EC Council’s International Security Trainer of Year 4 times based on the feedback from his trainees.

Sean is a highly experienced and professional Information Security Consultant, Trainer & Speaker with over 25 years’ technical experience including extensive specialist skills in auditing, penetration testing, incident handling and security architecture. Sean has engaged within many multinational companies, government agencies and military and police services while working with Nemstar, the information security company he founded in 2009. His customers include the United Nations, NATO, INTERPOL, Intel, Citi Bank, RBS, Morgan Stanley, Ryanair and PWC. Sean has also worked with the Law Enforcement and Armed services of several countries including GCHQ, UK MoD, UK Air Force, US Air Force, The Met High Tech Crime Unit, The PSNI, The Serious Organised Crime Agency of Bulgaria and the Irish Army.

Date: November 11th

Time: 12.30 registration with event beginning at 13.00

Location: The Grand Central Hotel, Belfast

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