Cyber Criminals Use Social Engineering and Technical Attacks to Circumvent Multi-Factor Authentication
September 17, 2019
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The Cybersecurity Legal Task Force informs the legal profession and the public about cyberattacks —and provides strategies to minimize the risk of such attacks — through a variety of methods including webinars, monthly reports, and the Cybersecurity Institute.
The National Cybersecurity Legal Institute is an annual conference that brings together experts from across fields and disciplines to share best practices and help keep you safe from a cyber attack.
The 2020 National Cybersecurity Legal Institute was held on Thursday, March 5. We hope you will join us in 2021 for our next Institute.
Similar to the institute, the task force will also produce webinars throughout the year to help you stay up-to-date on the latest trends in cybersecurity.
Our next webinar, Cybersecurity and Ethics, originally scheduled for April 8, has been postponed. A new date will be announced soon. Please check back soon.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation Cyber Division periodically releases Private Industry Notifications (PINs) to help cyber security professionals and system administrators guard against the persisent malicious actions of cyber criminals.
The Cybersecurity Legal Task Force has partnered with the FBI to make the PINs available here:
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Articles written by Task Force members can be found here, and serve as a resource available anytime you are looking for best practices in the fight against cyber attacks: