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Cyber Security - People Are the Weakest Link

A review of recent studies and statistics surrounding cyber security and how people continue to be the weakest link. This session will be led by Tom Cronkright who is an attorney, title agency owner, wire fraud victim and Executive Chairman of CertifID. He will review statistics around COVID and how work from home, mobile payments and social distancing has increased the threat of cyber fraud on companies and consumers. This session will also include new insights, strategies, and technologies to keep you and your customers safe from cyber fraud.
Credits: 1.25 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
Provider: IRELA
SKU: H1622-22E
$80.00 or 1.25 credits
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Original Air Date: 7/13/22

Faculty: 

Thomas W. Cronkright IICertifID 

Program Expires:  7/1/2024

Original Air Date: 7/13/22

Faculty: 

Thomas W. Cronkright IICertifID 

Program Expires:  7/1/2024

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