Does Phishing Prevention Require Better Technology, Detection or Strategy?

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Phishing has proved to be a consistent problem not just in this new decade, but for many years as the traditional form of fraud and financial extortion has evolved to include Business Email Compromise and spear phishing attacks. Combined, these threats prove successful for attackers, and a problem for the SOC as they struggle to stop them efficiently.
Therefore, is a better or extra solution needed for phishing prevention? In this webinar we will look at whether there is a need for better inbox protection, for better security for Office 365 or if the issue can be resolved with what we have already. 
Key takeaways:

  • New tools to better fight against phishing threats
  • If Office 365 can keep up with inbound threats
  • How to arm your SOC with the ability to spot and detect phishing emails


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Wendi Iglesias

CIO of The Keyes Company

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Lior Kohavi

Chief Strategy Officer and EVP for Advanced Solutions, Cyren

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Lisa Ventura

Founder, Cyber Security Unity

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