#IMOS20- Phish for Thought: Combatting Modern Email Threats

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The email inbox is an invaluable, and in many cases irreplaceable, cog in the functioning of any modern business. 

However, as recent years have proven, the email inbox is also the favorite attack target for cyber-criminals.

Phishing emails may be nothing new, but they remain the first phase in over 95% of cyber-threat campaigns – something that too many businesses still find out the hard way. 

In this session, a panel of security experts will explore the phishing threat landscape in 2020, assess recent advancements in attack methods and outline what businesses need to do to defend themselves against the dangers of email-based phishing attacks.

Key takeaways:

  • Phishing threats in 2020: what, why and how?
  • From the simple to the sophisticated – learn about recent phishing attack developments
  • How to prepare, implement and maintain an effective phishing defense strategy


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Lisa Forte

Partner, Red Goat Cyber Security

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Richard Henderson

Head of Global Threat Intelligence, Lastline

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Steven Murdoch

Innovation Security Architect at OneSpan and Research Fellow at University College London

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