Email is the primary channel for business correspondence which makes it the number one target for cyber criminals: 96 per cent of social engineering attacks use email first, according to the 2020 Verizon DBIR Report.
Every day inboxes are plagued by phishing attempts, spam and malware. That’s why a strong email security solution isn’t just nice to have, it’s paramount to the protection of your organisation.
But email security solutions come in a variety of shapes and sizes - and prices - and IT teams need to understand the trade-offs in order to pick the right one for their business.
In this webinar, Nick Hogg, Director of Technical Training at HelpSystems, will break down what is needed for strong email security and the best practices for maintaining it.
A few of the topics include:
Protection against ransomware and advanced persistent threats delivered by email
Dealing with advanced phishing attempts
Data loss control
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Nick Hogg is Director of Technical Training at HelpSystems, a leading global cybersecurity company that helps organizations protect their critical information. An international expert in defense and security systems training, Nick has over 24 years’ experience designing and delivering advanced enablement programs for organizations ranging from the world’s most sophisticated cybersecurity teams and Royal Navy to the British Airways cabin crew. Prior to joining HelpSystems, Nick held previous technical instructor roles with IBM, Tata Interactive Systems and Leonardo and has degrees from the UK’s top universities in Aerospace Engineering and Information Technology Systems.
Steve is a cybersecurity specialist in encryption, public key infrastructure (PKI), Managed File Transfer (MFT) and boundary security.
Previously Head of IT Infrastructure for an enterprise organization, Steve understands the complexities of implementing and managing IT security; where the priority is to enable the highest level of threat prevention and critical information protection, without affecting end-user productivity.
Neil Sinclair is the National Cyber Lead for the Police Crime Prevention Initiatives. Neil was recognised in the most recent ‘The Progress 1000: London's most influential people’ for his work in Technology & Cyber Security.
Neil has worked in UK counter-terrorism policing for over thirty years and has been involved in most of the Metropolitan Police’s biggest Terrorist Operations. He was a key member of the National Terrorist Financial Investigation Unit for 10 years and is an accredited Financial Investigator.
Neil was the Lead for Financial Intelligence at GCHQ, prior to joining the Police CPI.