How Hackers Hack Your Assets – A Security Training Video for Everyone – May 23, 2017

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How Hackers Hack Your Assets – A Security Training Video for Everyone – May 23, 2017

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Added by January 7, 2016

In this recorded video from our Interface Webinar on May, 23 2017, IT Security Instructor Mike Danseglio presents the philosophy and processes hackers engage in when trying to hack your information and assets.

While this presentation is intended for System Administrators and those who defend assets, it’s really valuable for anyone who needs to understand how to protect and defend information.

Mike discusses the hacker’s attack methodology. From Setting Objectives, Recon, Exploitation and their need to hide what they’ve done.

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