Live Hack: How Cyber Criminals Target Remote Employee’s Cloud Credentials
Free public Wi-Fi may sound like a good idea if you’re low on hot spot data or simply don’t have a phone charger, but the short term benefits do not outweigh the long term potential risks.
When using public Wi-Fi, you’re trusting someone with some of your organization’s most prized information, your data. While you may not have access to the full keys to the kingdom, cyber criminals can quietly steal your credentials and use them to elevate their status.
So how do you protect yourself?
Join Thycotic’s Chief Security Scientist and Advisory CISO Joseph Carson as he demonstrates a live hack. Learn about the risks of working remotely, using WiFi, and the techniques cyber-criminals use to steal your data, abuse your access, compromise your credentials and passwords, or infect your systems with malicious malware. Joseph will demonstrate some of the tools they use such as the WiFi Pineapple from Hak5 and Kali Linux.