Join our panel as we cover the current barrage of socially engineered scams—from email account compromise (EAC) and CEO Fraud to tax and W-2 scams. We will talk about how these threats have evolved and what to watch out for as we gear up for tax season, vaccines, and more.

Help keep your employees and clients safe with key learnings from this discussion. We will also include some great free tools you can start using after the webcast!

Eligible to receive 1 CPE credit.

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Speakers
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James McQuiggan
Security Awareness Advocate, KnowBe4

James McQuiggan, CISSP, is a 20 year security veteran and Security Awareness Advocate for KnowBe4. James is also a part time faculty professor at Valencia College in the Engineering, Computer Programming & Technology Division. Within the Central Florida community, he is the President of the Central Florida (ISC)2 Chapter and a Trustee Board member with the Center for Cyber Safety and Education. James has worked as a Product & Solution Security Officer, Information Security analyst and a network security engineer. He consulted and supported various corporate divisions on cybersecurity standards, information security awareness and securing product networks.

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Jordan Fischer
Leader, Global Privacy Practice Group, Beckage, PLLC

Jordan L. Fischer, Esq. is the Global Privacy Practice Group leader at Beckage, PLLC, a seasoned team of lawyers focused on data security, data privacy, and technology law. She focuses her practice on international data privacy, cybersecurity and cross-border data management, with a special emphasis in European Union data privacy regulations, the GDPR, and the CCPA. Jordan brings extensive experience in the intersection of law and technology to counsel global companies to create legal solutions. She is also an Assistant Professor of Law at the Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel University and a Cybersecurity Lecturer at UC Berkeley, School of Information.

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Kristin Judge
CEO & President, Cybercrime Support Network

Kristin founded nonprofit Cybercrime Support Network to be a voice for cybercrime victims. She's been seen on the C-SPAN Network, local news outlets and called on by technology publications like SC Magazine and Government Technology, to share best practices for online safety. Kristin was an SC Media "Women in IT Security Influencer" in 2017. At MS-ISAC and National Cyber Security Alliance, she worked as a "technology interpreter" helping nontechnical people become more secure. She's a national speaker, sharing cybersecurity best practices with elected officials, businesses, and consumers, and authored the LinkedIn course, "Cybersecurity for Small and Medium Businesses: Essential Training."

Moderator
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Tom Bechtold
Digital Event Director, SecureWorld