97% of CISOs worry about insider data breaches
Human Layer Security Global
- Online event
- April 22, 2021
- 10:00 ET | 15:00 BST
Make your people a security asset
The way we work has fundamentally changed. As business leaders and organizations look ahead to a post-pandemic workplace, one thing is clear: it will be highly flexible and mobile. Join Human Layer Security Global to hear from industry thought leaders and top brands about how this changes insider risk and what you need to do to keep sensitive data secure now and for the future.
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Making people a security assetTony Pepper, Egress
First, organizations protected the network layer. Then it was the application layer. Now, we protect the human layer. Join Egress CEO Tony Pepper as he explains how and why organizations should be empowering their employees to protect data and enhance productivity – wherever they’re based!
Anatomy of insider risk in 2021
2020 changed the way we work forever – and organizations now find themselves planning for a shift to large-scale flexible working. As a result, insider risk has moved from the defined home territory of offices to an ever-changing combination of locations. Join this session to find out the impact this is having on people’s behavior and the ways data is put at risk in 2021.
Panel: Why organizations are putting people first in 2021
Employees interact with sensitive data daily and routinely share it by email. This exposes organizations to a wide surface area of risk caused by both human error and intentional actions. Join this presentation to hear from a panel of industry experts about why they’re choosing to put people at the heart of their security strategy and how they’re doing it.
Data-driven security: Using machine learning in the battle against breachesSudeep Venkatesh, Egress
Static DLP technologies and have failed to stop insider data breaches because they’re unable to anticipate that people’s behavior changes and detect when it does. Instead, organizations are implementing intelligent technologies, including contextual machine learning, to empower people to work productively without risk. Join this session to get an up-close view of this data-driven approach to security.
Panel: The impacts of insider data breaches
From damage to client relationship and remediation efforts, to talent retention, the impacts of insider data breaches are felt organization-wide. In this panel session, security leaders will analyze the true impacts of insider breaches and offer guidance on how to handle them.
Threats of the future: Predicting and mitigating the next wave of insider riskDr Jessica Barker, Cygenta
Insider risk is an ever-changing paradigm, with organizations needing to predict and adapt to emerging threats. In this session, we’ll examine the insider threat landscape and the future direction of risk, providing practical advice and guidance for mitigation strategies.
Egress in actionJames Hinks, Egress
See Egress for yourself! Our mission is to eliminate insider risk using intelligent technologies that empower people to be your greatest security asset. See how we do it in our demo of Egress Intelligent Email Security – the only human layer security platform that uses contextual machine learning to prevent breaches and protect data.
How Egress secures your human layer
Our mission is to eliminate the greatest risk to every business – the insider threat. To achieve this Egress has built the world’s only Human Layer Security platform that empowers your people to remain secure while being highly productive.
Using patented contextual machine learning, Egress is trusted by the world’s biggest brands to prevent human error and protect against malicious or reckless behavior on email without any administrative overhead. Funded by FTV Capital and Albion VC, Egress is headquartered in London with offices in Toronto and Boston.