On June 18, we’re hosting Tessian Human Layer Security Summit and you’re invited.
The theme? The new world of work. While businesses have flexed fast to adapt to remote-working, there are still plenty of challenges security, compliance, and IT leaders have to overcome.
That’s why we’re bringing thousands of people together from around the world – including over a dozen speakers and partners – to discuss what’s happened and (more importantly) what’s next.
We know what you’re thinking: How is this virtual event different from others you’ve been invited to or attended? We’ll tell you.
“We’ll be welcoming security and business leaders from Amazon Web Services, The FBI, Unilever, Investec, and more and each speaker will cover a topic that demonstrates their expertise and unique point of view.”
1. You’ll hear from thought leaders from world-renowned institutions
We believe that diverse perspectives lead to better solutions, which is why we’ve brought together such a wide range of voices from the world’s top businesses and institutions.
We’ll be welcoming security and business leaders from Amazon Web Services, The FBI, Unilever, Investec, and more and each speaker will cover a topic that demonstrates their expertise and unique point of view.
So, what will they be covering? The evolving risk landscape, how new compliance standards affect business and cybersecurity strategies, challenges in preventing data loss, and how to build and maintain a happy and productive remote workforce.
2. You’ll have a chance to ask your most pressing questions around cybersecurity, remote-working, and business continuity
While the agenda is jam-packed with fireside chats, presentations, and panel discussions, we’ve left plenty of time for you to voice your thoughts, too. After all, the name of the game is diverse perspectives.
We’ll be opening the floor to all attendees to ask their most pressing questions and our speakers will answer them live. You can even submit your questions ahead of time by emailing email@example.com.
This way, you can leave the event with actionable advice related specifically to you and your organization.
3. You’ll learn more about human-centric security strategies
The Human Element has been a buzzword throughout 2020. But, do you know how to create and implement security strategies that are human-centric? You will after this event.
You’ll hear why solving the problem of human error on email is more important now than ever, how security and privacy risks have evolved as the perimeter has disappeared, and how Tessian’s Human Layer Security platform has helped Tessian customers prevent data loss incidents on email.
Want a sneak peek at what you might learn? Check out these insights from the world’s first Human Layer Security Summit.
4. You’ll be the first to know about exciting company and industry news
While we don’t want to spoil all the surprises, you should know that we’ll be announcing some very exciting news that will bring greater visibility into threats specific to your organization.
Not only will we be unveiling new technology that gives security, IT, and compliance leaders a birds’ eye view into data loss trends, but we’ll be sharing key findings from our groundbreaking research into the State of Data Loss Prevention 2020.
“Thousands of leading C-suite executives, business leaders, and security professionals from across continents will be under the same (virtual) roof which means this event is the perfect opportunity to network and connect with the larger cybersecurity community. ”
5. You’ll be in good company
We hosted our first-ever Human Layer Security Summit in March where hundreds of attendees (both in-person and online) joined the conversation. This event will be even bigger.
Thousands of leading C-suite executives, business leaders, and security professionals from across continents will be under the same (virtual) roof which means this event is the perfect opportunity to network and connect with the larger cybersecurity community.
Whether you’re looking for advice, allies, or future opportunities, this is your chance, especially considering all of our incredible partners for the event: HackerOne, Noord, The SASIG, Women in Security and Privacy, and Security Current.
6. You don’t have to change out of your pajamas
While most of us are all too familiar with challenges around remote-working, we can’t ignore that there are some benefits, too. For example: Being able to ask the former CEO of Upwork a question while sitting in your pajamas.
This is especially relevant for those tuning in from California, as the event kicks off at 7:00 AM PST.
Of course, feel free to join in whatever you’re comfortable in.
7. …It’s free!
Attendees have a lot to gain by joining us on June 18 and nothing to lose; the event is 100% free.
All you have to do is register now to save your spot and tune in on the day. Can’t make it on June 18? Don’t worry! By registering, you’ll have on-demand access to watch the full series of keynotes, panel discussions, and more after the live session.