To hack companies, cybercriminals now target individual employees. Disguised as friends, colleagues or employees of reputable companies, they send emails requesting money or information that'll help them log into your accounts. Small businesses that spend little to no money on their security are particularly vulnerable. Software engineer and investor Martin Casado from Andreessen Horowitz details how attackers obtain access to organizations and provides practical methods people can use to protect themselves.
About the Speaker
Martin Casado is a general partner at the venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz where he focuses on enterprise investing. He was previously the co-founder and chief technology officer at network virtualization company Nicira
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