Overview

October 18
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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Non-malware attacks – or attacks that exploit applications and processes legitimately running on systems – are not new, but they are increasingly a favorite of cybercriminals for one simple reason: They work.

Also known as fileless malware, non-malware attacks are a stealthy technique that are difficult to detect with traditional antivirus software and out-of-the-box software. Higher education institutions – with their trove of valuable data, including personally identifiable information (PII) – are a prime target for hackers, making them especially susceptible to non-malware attacks.

Join us on October 18, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. pacific for a dynamic and timely discussion on how you can best protect your campus from non-malware attacks.

Learn:
• How phishing and other tactics have evolved – and some of the top phishing lures
• The smartest three things you can do to defend your data against fileless malware
• How to train your employees to avoid becoming a victim of non-malware attacks

Speakers

Jennifer Cheng

Jennifer Cheng

Director of Cybersecurity Solutions, Proofpoint

Eric Schwake, CISSP

Eric Schwake, CISSP

Product Marketing - Email Security, Proofpoint

Steven Zink

Steven Zink — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Education