Original Air Date: Nov. 8, 2018
Technology is advancing every second. While these advancements offer great benefits, they also come with new ways to infiltrate a business despite having security measures in place. Fortunately, without requiring substantial capital investment, reevaluating how business is conducted in our fast-paced world can reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim of the latest social engineering scam. When you stack up the potential costs of a social engineering scan, risk mitigation – through insurance and loss prevention – is a smart investment.
Learn more from our webinar panel, which will include an executive from Lowers & Associates, an international risk mitigation and loss prevention company, when they discuss:
- Definitions of social engineering fraud
- Claim scenarios
- Risk mitigation/best practices