Social engineering attacks typically involve some form of psychological manipulation, fooling otherwise unsuspecting users or employees into handing over confidential or sensitive data. Join us for an exclusive webinar where our guest speaker, Mr. Scott Taylor, CPP who will be sharing ways where the adversary can defeat an access control system using social engineering and ways to mitigate against this risk.
Details are as follows:
Using Social Engineering to Defeat Access Control
Scott Taylor is a Certified Protection Professional with over twenty-eight years security, safety, and risk experience. He is a court and tribunal recognized security and risk specialist providing expert reports in numerous civil cases. He has consulted and lectured throughout the Middle East, US, and worked with government, industry regulators, and industry across all Australian States and Territories spanning the spectrum of security in all industry verticals. Scott’s qualifications include a Graduate Diploma in Strategic Leadership, Advanced Diploma Integrated Risk Management, Diploma Security Risk Management, Diploma Work Health and Safety, and a Diploma in Vocational Education and Training.
Scott is the current ASIS Regional Vice President of Region 15b and also sits on numerous ASIS International Security Councils such as the Hospitality, Entertainment and Tourism Security Council and the Active Assailant & Violence Prevention Technical Standards Committee.
Friday 18 June 2021, 1600 hrs – 1700 hrs (local time)
ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) Paid-Up Members: Complimentary
ASIS International Members: Complimentary
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The registration closing date is Sunday 13 June 2021, 2000 hrs. There are limited seats available so do sign up early to avoid disappointment. Certified members may earn CPE from attending this webinar.
It will be a value-packed presentation and we look forward to your participation in this webinar!
Terms and Conditions:
1. This event is open to only ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) members. Priority will, however, be given to paid-up local chapter members.
2. The host and the organizer reserve the right to cancel or postpone the event due to unforeseen circumstances and participants will be notified as soon as possible.
3. By registering for this event, you consent to allow ASIS International (Singapore Chapter) to collect, use and disclose your personal data for the purpose of event planning and security clearance.
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