About this webinar:
Email remains the largest attack vector for cyber criminals, and the frequency and complexity of email-based social-engineering and phishing attacks are climbing.
Alongside this, there is a clear case for supplementing Microsoft Office 365’s default security provisions when you consider email’s central role in the day-to-day work of individuals, organisations, and the economy as whole. Email downtime and security breaches can have catastrophic consequences.
Three-quarters of organisations have made the switch to O365, with most of the remainder planning to do so within the next few years. The benefits to infrastructural simplicity, collaboration, and cost predictability are well established but concerns around security and reliability remain. Microsoft reserves its best email security features for its more expensive service levels, leaving customers turning to third parties to ensure their email is secure.
This webinar will explore attitudes and experiences around O365 email security amongst enterprise IT, including email-based cyber security attacks, service outages, Microsoft’s default security offerings, third-party services and employee cyber security training.
Special Projects Editor, ComputingView presenter info
Tom Allen is the Special Projects Editor for Computing, V3 and The Inquirer. He joined Incisive Media in 2017 from the display industry; trading LCDs and quantum dots for big data and the IoT. As well as writing, Tom regularly interviews C-level IT leaders, helps to organise events across the three titles and complains about improper use of the Oxford comma.
J. Peter Bruzzese
Microsoft MVP (Office Servers and Services), MimecastView presenter info
J. Peter Bruzzese, Microsoft MVP (Office Servers and Services with a focus on Exchange/Office 365), is an internationally published technical author with over a dozen book titles to his credit. In addition, he’s a journalist with a decade at the helm of the Enterprise Windows column for InfoWorld, now serving as Senior Editor for Conversational Geek. He speaks globally for Microsoft and others primarily about security and cyber resiliency with Office 365. Last, but not least, he’s a strategic technical consultant with Mimecast.