Phishing, spear phishing, whaling, spoofing and social engineering – all these things essentially mean your employees are at risk on email.
Tessian’s customer data shows a 75% spike in attacks over the last six months, meaning that security leaders are having to work harder than ever to train their employees to spot more advanced attacks, with every email attack looking different.
But it’s not all bad news. While each email attack looks different, there are patterns and tools to help you stay ahead of hackers in 2021.
We were joined by Cai Thomas, Customer Success Manager at Tessian; David Thomson, Head of IT at Stevens & Bolton; David Fazakerley, CIO at CTS; and Duncan Eadie, Head of IT Strategy at Thomson Snell & Passmore LLP to discuss:
- What advanced attack techniques they think are coming next and how to prevent them; and
- How they’ve managed to downtrend inbound risk with a radically different approach to training and awareness.