In association with

Virtual Event

date and time

Original air date: October 12th, 2023

Human Risk Summit

It's time to adapt

The next evolution of cloud email security has arrived. Join industry thought leaders for insight into managing human risk and adaptive cloud email security.

Learn how the email security landscape is shifting from to reactive to adaptive to stay ahead of evolving attacks and proactively respond to human risk

Understand how technology can change behavior to improve security awareness

Experience a live demo of Egress' Adaptive Security where you will see the first-of-its-kind technology in action

Watch the summit on demand




Tony Pepper

CEO, Egress

Welcome Address

People are the biggest risk to organizations’ security and are most vulnerable when using email. To manage this risk, Egress has become the first organization to bring adaptive security to cloud email.

Join CEO Tony Pepper as he welcomes delegates to this year’s Summit and outlines the drivers behind this world-leading innovation.


Untitled design (12).png

Chris Novak

Cybersecurity Advisor, The White House

A united front to secure the human element

Every year, the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report highlights the significant impact of the human element on cybersecurity.

Join Chris Novak as he explores the evolution of human risk, calling on the cybersecurity industry to approach this problem in a new way, through a united front driven by intelligence sharing and production integration.


Untitled design (11).png

Perry Carpenter

Chief Evangelist, KnowBe4


Jack Chapman

VP Threat Intelligence, Egress

The Mind’s Lie: How to respond to employees’ thoughts and actions being hacked

We’re all wired to deceive and be deceived. Join Perry Carpenter and Jack Chapman for an engaging exploration into the dark world of deception and the current threats people face.

After laying the groundwork on the art and science behind why people fall victim to social engineering, Perry and Jack will walk through practical examples of how cybercriminals exploit our decision-making processes and provide insight into the ways organizations can respond through a combination of technology and education.


Nadine pic.png

Nadine Michaelides

Security & Crime Psychologist, University College London & Anima People

Who’s your riskiest employee? Understanding the psychological indicators of risk

Join this talk for insight into the ways cyberpsychology influences your organizations’ security, the indicators that reveal high-risk employees, and advice for how your organization can influence behavioral change for enhanced cybersecurity.



Jinan Budge

VP, Principal Analyst, Forrester

The Future is Adaptive

Technology should meet people where they are and protect them.

In this session, Jinan Budge will explain why adaptive human protection is the future for security, discussing how technology can provide a deep understanding of people’s behavior and decision-making to influence them in the right way and enable organizations to quantify and manage human-related risk.



Mark Walmsley

CISO, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer


Matt Nears

VP Global IT Security, Crawford & Company


Tony Pepper

CEO, Egress

Moving from reactive to adaptive: Cloud email security for the real world

In this exclusive fireside chat, Mark Walmsley, CISO of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, and Matt Nears, VP of Global IT Security at Crawford & Company will join Egress CEO Tony Pepper to discuss their experience of Egress’ adaptive email security, including increased visibility into human risk and how dynamic policy controls prepare them for future threats.



James Hinks

VP Solutions Engineering, Egress


James Sheldrake

Head of Innovation, Egress

See Egress’ adaptive security in action

See a product demonstration of Egress Intelligent Email Security, hosted by James Hinks and James Sheldrake.

In this session, we’ll focus on administrator insight into human risk in the Egress Security Center, how Egress products adapt to changes in risk, and key functionality for Egress Defend and Egress Prevent.

Speakers include