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PhishMe Inc. to Present at RSA 2013 & Security B-Sides San Francisco
CEO Rohyt Belani to Discuss Phishing Attacks & How to Protect SCADA Systems at B-Sides; Will Participate in RSA Panel Presentation on End User Security & Social Engineering Attacks
By: PR Newswire
Feb. 20, 2013 02:15 PM
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- PhishMe Inc., the leader in spear-phishing awareness training, today announced that its CEO and co-founder, Rohyt Belani, will present at both Security B-Sides and RSA 2013 in San Francisco next week. Co-presenting with Brandon Dunlap of non-profit EnergySec, Rohyt will explain why spear-phishing attacks are a major threat to U.S. critical infrastructure – namely, our Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems. As the U.S. still tops the charts for providing the most comfortable hosting platforms for phishing sites internationally, the panelists will discuss the highly controversial approaches to U.S. offensive and defensive cyber strategy moving forward.
At RSA 2013, Rohyt will take the stage with Mike Murray, Managing Partner of MAD Security and Tim Wilson, Editor of DarkReading, to offer a look at the most common social engineering methods used to fool enterprise employees, and the potential impact of users' failure to maintain good security policies. The speakers will address enterprise security awareness programs, pointing out flaws in many current programs and giving advice. This is sure to be a hard-hitting panel with participants from both sides of the security awareness spectrum.
We invite you to join PhishMe's CEO at these sessions and to also stop by booth #2727 in the Moscone to learn more about the importance of end user security awareness trainings.
PhishMe provides organizations the ability to improve their employees' resilience towards spear phishing, malware, and drive-by attacks. The detailed metrics PhishMe provides make it easy to measure the organization's progress in successfully managing employees' security behavior. With over 3.5 million individuals trained in 140 countries, PhishMe has been proven to reduce the threat of employees falling victim to advanced cyber attacks by up to 80 percent.
PhishMe's methodology entails periodically immersing employees in simulated phishing scenarios, and presenting bite-sized, engaging training, instantly to those found susceptible. The solution provides clear and accurate reporting on user behavior, allowing customers to measure improvement over time. PhishMe works with Federal Agencies and Fortune 1000 companies across many industries to include financial services, healthcare, higher education and defense. For additional information, please visit: www.phishme.com.
SOURCE PhishMe Inc.
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