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Enterprises Are a Threat Playground: 3 Ways to Stop Attacks With Better Email Security

Past Event
26th May 2022
Live Webinar: 9:00AM PT | 12:00PM ET | 5:00PM BST
Virtual Events

Enterprises Are a Threat Playground: 3 Ways to Stop Attacks With Better Email Security

Past Event
26th May 2022
Live Webinar: 9:00AM PT | 12:00PM ET | 5:00PM BST

Grab three deep learnings to keep your organization free of advanced email threats

Every email your employees touch is an opportunity for a bad actor to squeeze through the gaps of your security stack. They’ll slide past rule based systems, chase down the least secure of a supply chain, and trick your employees. Email is the #1 threat vector in the enterprise that hackers use to capture core business function in exchange for their big payday.

 

Getting into your system is a game and hackers can win big – $9,240,000 is the average cost of a data breach in Healthcare. Register for this webinar to hear how PeaceHealth’s Sr. Information Security Analyst maintains email security with high stakes: a vast supply chain and 19,000 caregivers across the US.

 

Register today to grab 3 learnings to fill your security gaps:

  1. Maximize your Microsoft investment to block evolving advanced attacks
  2. Level up visibility into employee behavior to reduce Accidental Data Loss
  3. Discover opportunities to rationalize your cybersecurity stack, while also gaining improved protection and efficiencies

Email is the threat vector security leaders are most concerned about protecting