Best Practices for Enterprise Phishing Protection

Phishing is not a new threat. Attackers have used phishing for decades, and enterprises have attempted to stop phishing attacks with technology since the beginning. Email security appliances, email authentication services, email and URL filtering services, file and URL sandboxing... just to name a few.
 
Even with these technologies in place, phishing emails still make it into user inboxes where they trick users into divulging sensitive information, transferring funds, or executing malicious payloads. In fact, the initial compromise in most breaches today – particularly those that make news headlines – is often traced back to a phishing attack initiated by the click of an email.

Join us for a live webinar where we will dive in to the fifteen best practices that will transform an enterprise's users into security assets, working in conjunction with the overall security program to attain an unprecedented level of protection against phishing attacks.

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • The fifteen best practices that will transform an enterprise's users into security assets, working in conjunction with the overall security program to attain an unprecedented level of protection against phishing attacks.
  • The four essential steps involved in achieving a new vision of enterprise phishing protection forming a cycle that bridges the gaps between users, tools, and operations in a way that maximizes each in a unified program.

About the speaker:

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Stacy Shelley, PhishLabs VP of Marketing, is responsible for all aspects of global marketing and communications at PhishLabs. Mr. Shelley has more than 8 years of marketing experience with high-growth, award-winning technology firms in the information security industry. Mr. Shelley began his career at LURHQ, which was acquired by SecureWorks. Prior to joining PhishLabs, Mr. Shelley established and led the teams responsible for content marketing, messaging and proposals at Dell SecureWorks. Mr. Shelley holds bachelor’s degrees from Coastal Carolina University.

 

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