Building Human Intrusion Detection
Real Stories from the Field
The leading cause of data breaches is people. Employees are a company’s most valuable asset and unfortunately they are usually the weakest point in a security strategy. Worse, in most cases the effectiveness of social engineering attacks now exceeds 90%. Defense against social engineering attacks is challenging because it’s driven by awareness and training instead of technology.
Get a unique look into social engineering attacks with this on-demand webinar. CBI security experts Shaun Bertrand and Wolfgang Goerlich discuss their social engineering experiences and the unique defensive lessons learned from those engagements.
Speaker: J Wolfgang Goerlich, VP | Strategic Programs at CBI
Wolfgang is a Security Strategist for CBI. Prior to joining CBI, Wolfgang has held roles such as the VP of Consulting Services, Security Officer, and Vice President. He is an active part of the security community. He co-founded OWASP Detroit and organizes the annual Converge and BSidesDetroit conferences; and regularly presents at regional and national conferences on topics ranging from risk management, incident response, business continuity, secure development life cycles, and more.
Speaker: Shaun Bertrand, VP | Threat Management at CBI
Shaun has more than 15 years of experience in the information security field and has been involved in well over 100 projects during his 13 year tenure at CBI. He has performed projects for multiple Fortune 100 companies, hospitals, banks, universities, and government entities including the U.S. military and defense contractors focusing on penetration testing, and risk, compliance, and vulnerability assessments. In all, Shaun has led more than 100 dedicated enterprise level projects.