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Silent malware, remote capture, social engineering - email can let them all in

Email is an important business tool, but it's also ground zero for a huge number of cyber attacks. As a major touch point with the outside world, your email is vulnerable - and the criminals know it.

The majority of cyber intrusions start with a phishing email, but email attacks are about much more than phishing and malware. 

In an upcoming web seminar on the 7th July, Computing's Tom Allen and KnowBe4's Javaad Malik will discuss a wide variety of prominent email attacks, including silent malware, remote password hash capture and rogue rules - and why social engineering sits at the top of all of them.

We won't just be talking about the types of attack, though - we'll look at real-life examples of every type, and talk about the best ways to defend against them. This is an event you can't afford to miss.

Click here to register now.

To hear more from Javvad, click here to access on-demand sessions from day one of Computing's Cybersecurity Festival, where he presented a session on avoiding fallout from the ransomware epidemic

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