We’ve all heard the warning about email phishing attacks: Don’t click on suspicious links or attachments in an email. Hackers can infect your computer with a virus or get access to sensitive information. Earlier this month a massive global email attack crippled computer systems in nearly 100 countries including Vietnam. Attacks like these have many people thinking. Would you know a fake phishing email if you saw one? Would your staff or suppliers know a fake phishing email if they saw one?
Phishing has emerged as a major threat to businesses everywhere, with the number of companies reporting various attacks rising rapidly. Yet the nature of the damage done by such attacks remains poorly understood – and is much broader than many imagine. A multinational company operating in Vietnam recently suffered losses due to a fraud that started with phishing. No one is immune to attack and 30 percent of fake mails do get through antivirus/firewall protection. However, you can take precautions to reduce the risk of your company becoming the next victim. Join AmCham’s non-technical workshop on June 23 where you can learn in plain language how to:
- Implement a policy to address this risk.
- Greatly reduce your risk of being attacked.
- Recognize different kinds of phishing emails.
- Identify what the criminals are after.
- Minimize this risk from your suppliers and customers.
Case studies will be presented together with references and materials, plus, a guideline that can reduce your risk substantially within days simply by conducting internal training programs.
Who Should Attend This Workshop
- Country Managers and General Directors
- Division/Operating Managers and Directors
- Head of finance
- Head of internal audit
- Head of legal matters
- Head of security
- Key human resources staff
- Training managers
- Accounts payable/receivable staff
Michael Mudd serves as Managing Partner of Asia Policy Partners LLC, a consultancy specializing in technology policy for security, privacy and trade related digital business. Michael also serves as co-chair of AmCham’s Information Technology, Telecom, and Intellectual Property Rights Committee (ITTI). He is an appointed expert to JTC-1 of the ISO and is also a member of the Government of Hong Kong’s Expert Group on Cloud Computing, specifically the Working Group on Cloud Security and Privacy. Michael is a frequent speaker and writer on IT security issues.
Cybercrime is costing companies in Vietnam millions of dollars right now! In a recent report, Vietnam was named as the country facing the second-highest level of cyber security risk in Asia Pacific. Use your training money in a smart way and find out how to protect yourself and your company by attending our workshop on June 23. AmCham members attend for only VND 700,000. Non-member rate is VND 1,000,000. Please register your participation by clicking on the button below.