ITP.net’s Cyber Kung Fu Master Class: Phishing, with ESET
Neo Neophytou of ESET trains us how to duck and weave the Web’s nefarious info-snatchers
By now you should be walking tall, striding fearlessly through the Interweb's darkest alleys, with the confidence that can only come from knowing Cyber Kung Fu (gong!).
You are wise not to let complacency lead you astray; you have returned to ITP.net's digital dojo for another session with our guest masters. On the mats this month, we will teach you how to slip the aggressive grip of phishing.
So get ready once again to learn the noble art of Cyber Kung Fu (gong!).
Meet this month's Cyber Kung Fu Master: Neo Neophytou, founder and managing director of ESET Middle East, Greece and Cyprus
Neo Neophytou is a seasoned IT veteran with over 26 years of industry experience. He was responsible for establishing ESET's presence in the Middle East, Greece and Cyprus and remains the managing director of the regional organisation.
Neo has a wealth of experience in designing, developing, and executing growth strategies in a number of European and Middle Eastern markets. Prior to founding ADAOX, which later became ESET Middle East, he held senior channel and sales positions at Gateway and NCR Corp.
He holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from the Mediterranean Institute of Management in Cyprus and a Masters of Science Diploma (Mechanical) from the National Technical University of Athens in Greece.
The attack: Phishing
Con artists are prevalent enough in the real world without cluttering up cyber space. But inevitably, there they are, masquerading as someone or something you do business with regularly, asking for seemingly innocuous information.
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