Expert insights: How you can prevent data loss and maintain compliance in your email system


80% of enterprise data exists in unstructured format - in the emails, attachments and documents we work with daily. This opens the door to significant risks, particularly as employees use email to send and receive sensitive information.

The UK Information Commissioner’s Office’s own trends show that data exposed to unauthorised access has been the top cause of reported security incidents in 2020, and recent research into this problem shows that the average organisation experiences an email data breach every 12 working hours. This problem is only growing, with an even greater reliance on email by employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Hear from Steve Hill, Global Head of Technology, Cyber and Third Party Risk at Credit Suisse, and Kev Eley, VP of Enterprise Sales at Egress, as they discuss the risks that enterprises face from email, and the strategies you should be taking to prevent security incidents.

Register for the on-demand webinar to learn: 

  • How to identify and map the operational and other risks in your organisation, especially those linked to email use
  • What are the threats and what has been the impact of COVID-19 and remote working on email security
  • Key considerations for remediating risks to unstructured data, including technological controls

Steve Hill, Global Head of Technology, Cyber and Third Party Risk, Credit Suisse

Steve is Credit Suisse Global Head of Technology, Cyber, and ThirdParty Non-Financial Risk Management. He was previously deputy director, with responsibility for aspects of UK Government cybersecurity policy, at the National Security Secretariat of the Cabinet Office. He served for over thirty years in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in a variety of national security roles.


Kev Eley, VP of Enterprise Sales, Egress

Kev leads the enterprise business for Egress Software helping financial services organisations teams improve their ability to measure and reduce operational risks in their e-mail systems; ultimately reducing the likelihood of e-mail data breaches. He has over 10 years’ experience in the cybersecurity sector and held senior positions in the industry working at organisations such as TrapX, LogRhythm and Microsoft. He is very interested in all aspects of cyber and its implications on society. 

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