Email Security Best Practices: What to Look for in Email Security

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Email continues to be a primary corresponding channel for most organizations, and it’s also a central target for cyber-attacks. According to the 2020 Verizon DBIR Report, 96% of social engineering attacks used email first. 

Persistent threats like phishing, spam and data loss loom around email inboxes daily. That’s why a robust email security solution isn’t just nice to have; it’s paramount to your organization’s protection. Unfortunately, not all security solutions are the same, making things confusing and overwhelming IT teams. Join this webinar in which cybersecurity experts discuss what is needed for strong email security and the best practices for maintaining it.

Viewers will learn to:

  • Determine what data needs to be protected
  • Understand the dangers that need prevention
  • Establish a robust and sustainable email security policy


Regina  Bluman

Manager, Cyber Security Strategy and Risk Advisory, Deloitte

Benjamin David

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Andrew Gallie

Specialist data protection partner, VWV

Steve Jeffery

Lead Solution Engineer, Clearswift

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