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What to Look For, Common Scams,
and What to Do if You Fall for One 

Online Training

FREE Online Employee Training Webinar for Accent Clients

The most critical element of protecting employees from phishing attacks is to teach them how to identify phishing emails on-the-spot. 

Hacker tactics are ever evolving. They're using real company logos and add small details to make their emails seem legitimate. Red flags can be difficult to spot if you don't know what you're looking for.

Cassandra and Courtney will share some tips to help keep your team safe and suggest some tools that can stop phishing and email impersonation attacks before they do any damage. 

During this online training, you'll learn:

  • What phishing is and how COVID-19 has changed things
  • Common scam tactics used today & why people fall for them
  • 3 most successful scams of 2020
  • Tell-tale signs of phishing
  • Security & privacy basics to keep your company and personal information safe
  • What to do if you think you've fallen for one

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About the Presenters

Cassandra Allen
Client Success Manager
Cassandra is a Client Success Manager for Accent Computer Solutions, Inc. She's been dedicated to customer & relationship management throughout her career and is a Certified Customer Success Manager (CCSM). In her role as a Client Success Manager, Cassandra works with business leaders to make sure they're getting the most out of their IT investments and acts as a quarterback for their needs. She assists with client training, including how to take preventative measures and train users to spot hackers and stop the threat at the source.
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Courtney Casey
Director of Marketing
In an industry dominated by men, Courtney Casey, Director of Marketing for Accent Computer Solutions, Inc., is making her mark on the world of information technology. Courtney has been immersed in the IT field most of her life and has been molded into the tech savvy expert she is today. She began working for Accent while earning her Bachelor's degree from California State University, Long Beach. Known in the Inland Empire as the "Tech Girl," Courtney is a regular columnist for the region's newspaper of record, The Press-Enterprise. Her columns address topical news trends, new technology products, and offer advice on how to embrace technology or avoid common IT pitfalls.