Mobile Security: 2021 Cyber Scams You Need to Know to Prevent Your Next Attack
91% of cybercrime begins with a user clicking a malicious link in an email—something they’re 3x more likely to do on a mobile device. As pandemic vulnerabilities persist and employees remain working remotely, are you up-to-speed on the latest mobile scams?
Join One Source, CISO, Steve Cobb, as he discusses the latest and greatest impersonations and cloning techniques that are a small nightmare away from taking down your business.
In this 30-minute Q&A webinar you will learn:
- Latest Mobile Scams – How to identify and get ahead
- Sim Swapping
- SMS Phishing (Smishing)
- One Ring Scams
- Mobile Security Policies – Tips on development and enforcement
- Out of Date Devices
- Data Leakage
- WiFi Interference
- Malware Apps – Uncover the latest mobile threats
- Mobile Ad Fraud
- Out of Date OS/System Update
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Chief Information Security Officer
Steve Cobb is One Source’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) bringing more than 25 years of leadership consulting surrounding IT infrastructure, cybersecurity, incident response, and cyber threat intelligence. Since joining One Source in 1995, Steve has been responsible for providing strategic IT consulting, delivering an increased organization efficiency and security for our customers. Prior to One Source, he was a Senior Security Engineer with Verizon Managed Security and a Senior Escalation Engineer with Microsoft. Steve serves on several CISO boards and a frequent presenter at conferences such as InfoSecCon, Cyber Defense Summit, and others. Steve attended UNC-CH, but left early to start his own IT company, and ultimately received his degree in Business from East Carolina University. Steve and his wife have two daughters and a son.
Executive Vice President of Technology
Kirk Waddell has been an integral part of the One Source team since 2001. Throughout his tenure, Kirk has served One Source clients in nearly every capacity possible. His technical knowledge and expertise, makes him an effective leader; providing guidance for One Source employees and clients. Kirk received his undergraduate degree from East Carolina University. He and his wife have two daughters.