Kurt HansenCEO, Pure Security
Mark BrethertonNetwork Infrastructure Leader, Maribyrnong City Council
Virtual Roundtable: Email Security in the Public Sector (Online AEST)
The primary focus of this event will be to explore how you can best protect your employees from sophisticated email-based cyber-attacks.
These attacks are difficult to defend at the best of times, simply because they focus on your people, rather than your IT networks and infrastructure. A sudden and massive change in working arrangements, can only increase corporate exposure to this type of attack.
Our special guest is Mark Bretherton, Network Infrastructure Leader at Maribyrnong City Council and the roundtable will be facilitated by Kurt Hansen, CEO of Pure Security.
Key topics will include, but not limited to:
> How to protect against advanced phishing attacks based on closely mimicked domains, which rely on a users’ brain to unconsciously substitute letters – particularly in times of stress
> How to educate your employees to identify modern social engineering attack techniques and embed a culture of security awareness within your organisation
> How to identify which employees are being highly targeted, particularly via cloud-based applications such as Office365, when they are working from home
As with all our roundtables, you will get the most value from the open discussion with your peers – senior IT and security executives, from the public sector. For this reason, there will be no PowerPoints or formal presentations.
As a virtual roundtable, instead of meeting face-to-face, you will be meeting webcam-to-webcam. We have already run 8 virtual roundtables and found that the format works extremely well. The conversation tends to be more focused, balanced and more useful.
To ensure an open, single conversation where you learn from the experience of others in a collaborative environment, there are only 10 delegate places available.
How to Register
If you would like to join the discussion, please note that your company name will be shared with other delegates and potential delegates. This is to help us create the most useful discussion possible.