EDUCAUSE LIVE! - Top Attack Techniques, Top Human Risks, and How to Create a Cyberaware Culture

Top Attack Techniques, Top Human Risks, and How to Create a Cyberaware Culture

October 11, 2016


1:00–2:00 p.m. ET / 10:00–11:00 a.m. (PT)

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Sue TraxlerSue Traxler
Assistant Vice Chancellor of IT-CIO
University of Wisconsin-Platteville



Lance SpitznerLance Spitzner
The SANS Technology Institute


Johannes UllrichJohannes Ullrich
Dean of Research
The SANS Technology Institute



What are the scariest new attack techniques in 2016? What are the top human risks organizations are currently facing? Join the head of the Internet Storm Center and the director of SANS Securing The Human to discover how you can prepare for threats posed by technologies and people, and leverage that knowledge to create a more "cyberaware" culture on campus.

Note: This webinar is part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), celebrated every October. Learn more.


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