Date: October 6, 2017
Location: UTD- Naveen Jindal School of Management
Address: 800 West Campbell Road, Richardson Texas 75080
Time: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Registration cost before September 29: Walk-ins: $35 – Members and $45 – Non Members
(Note: Refunds will not be issued after 5 pm on the Friday prior to the meeting)
Registration cost after September 29: Walk-ins: $45 – Members and $55 – Non Members
Register at: http://www.eiseverywhere.com/281446
Ms Korris is an international expert in the field of linguistic lie detection and social media risk. An internationally sought after speaker Nejolla is constantly in the air often referring to planes as her mode of public transportation. She is a popular speaker and trainer in lie detection, social media risk, ethics, fraud prevention and investigation, behavioral fraud, social engineering, and organizational justice. She has taught throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, Malaysia, Brazil, Singapore, Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, and South Africa. Her clients include corporations, government agencies, law enforcement, and the military.
SOCIAL MEDIA AND SOCIAL ENGINEERING RISK
Social media is a dominant force in today’s world of connectedness. Its use is growing throughout the world, as are the risks it poses to all those who use it. Within an organization, use of social media by different departments can compromise the reputation of both the organization and its staff. Changes in internet usage, such as the proliferation of mobile devices and the rising use of social media, have presented new challenges for cyber security.
As long as staff are connected and online, the risk of cyber attack is imminent. Endless corporate hacks in the past several years are as a result of human vulnerability. Neither of these actions could have been prevented by IT. Learn how internal audit can play a role in mitigating and minimizing risk.
Discover how vulnerable your organization can be to social engineering and it’s easier than we think. The greatest security threat any organization faces today is the human threat. This session exposes the good, the bad, and the ugly about social engineering today. You will discover how easily confidential information leaks out of your organization daily.
We may not be able to enforce the way people use social media but we can educate and guide them to be aware the dangers that lurk behind our screens.
In this session, participants will:
- Learn ways to protect the reputation of your brand
- Legal implications of data leakage via social engineering & social media
- Recognize how the bad guys can infiltrate your organization.
- Understand how the good guys mitigate the problem.
- Learn how to incorporate human vulnerability checks into your standard audit practice.
- Learn how to make yourself and your organization more secure.