MarkMonitor(R), the global leader in enterprise brand protection,
today announced John LaCour, director of AntiPhishing Solutions for
MarkMonitor, will speak at the at the Credit Union Technology Risk
Management and Security Summit in Austin, Texas on February 4.
LaCour will address emerging cybercrime threats in 2008, such as
Rock Phish kits, fast flux networks, and other phishing tactics.
MarkMonitor data shows phishers are targeting a greater breadth of
institutions, with credit unions experiencing 32.6 percent of phishing
attacks in Q3. The MarkMonitor Autumn 2007 Brandjacking Index includes
evidence of increasingly automated phishing site deployment and
management, including techniques to make phishing sites more
resilient. The Credit Union Technology Risk Management and Security
Summit is the largest gathering of information security managers in
the credit union industry. Security experts in the credit union
industry will join LaCour to speak on topics that relate to managing,
analyzing, and preventing risks.
Who: John LaCour, director of AntiPhishing Solutions for
What: Credit Union Technology Risk Management and Security Summit,
"Emerging Cybercrime Threats in 2008"
When: Mon., February 4, 11:15 a.m. CT
Where: Hyatt Regency, 208 Barton Springs Road, Austin, TX 78704
For more information regarding this event, please contact Te Smith
at 831-818-1267 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MarkMonitor, the global leader in enterprise brand protection,
offers comprehensive solutions and services that safeguard brands,
reputation and revenue from online risks. With end-to-end solutions
that address the growing threats of online fraud, brand abuse and
unauthorized channels, MarkMonitor enables a secure Internet for
businesses and their customers. The company´s exclusive access to data
combined with its real-time prevention, detection and response
capabilities provide wide-ranging protection to the ever-changing
online risks faced by brands today. For more information, visit
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