already a better way to stop email fraud – so why aren’t you using it?
Register Now! 10th April 2018 @11AM AEST
Email fraud is
nothing new, but online criminals have become ever more-effective at spoofing
their identities to trick employees into sending them money. The Australian
Centre for Cyber Security (ACSC) recorded losses of over $20M to business email
compromise (BEC) attacks last year alone, up 230 percent over the previous
year – and the full amount is certain to be much larger.
for losses, exacerbated by growth in malicious email volumes that Proofpoint
has measured at 2200% per year, have increased pressure on email administrators
to detect and stop fraud early. Yet most companies are still a long way from
implementing the best currently available protection – DMARC (Domain-based
Message Authentication, Report & Conformance. “Whilst only 4% of ASX 100 companies and completed their DMARC implementation, the majority are now investigating it.
How far along
is your DMARC strategy? If you’re like most companies, you’re going to need
some help – so why not join CSO Australia and Proofpoint for an online Webinar
that will show you how to block email fraud before it hits your bottom line.
By the end of
this interactive session, you will know:
email fraud continues to be so effective, and why it’s getting worse
to know about email fraud attacks, and how to get them to help fight it
DMARC integrates with existing email ecosystem to identify spoofing
to implement DMARC properly and effectively
Group Director, Email Protection, Proofpoint
Mark Guntrip leads go to market for Email Security solutions at Proofpoint., He brings over fifteen years experience in the enterprise security market where, through a range of roles including engineering, product management and product marketing, he has a proven track record of building success in new markets as well as promoting growth within more established areas. Prior to Proofpoint, Guntrip held various management roles within companies including Symantec, Cisco and Websense.
Guntrip earned his Master’s degree in Electronic Engineering from Southampton University, UK.
Head of Cyber Security, SecurePay
Martin is the Head of Cyber Security at SecurePay, one of Australia’s largest payment gateways and part of the Australia Post Group where he has worked for the last 6 years in various security related roles. Martin has a strong motivation to prove managing cyber risk adds value to and enables business strategy.
Partner- Cyber Risk Advisory, Deloitte
David is a cyber security and privacy management, risk assessment, governance and strategy development expert in large and complex organisations. In 2011, David led Deloitte’s engagement in providing an independent view of information security policy and governance across all agencies and departments in a major Australian state government.
Prior to joining Deloitte Australia in 2008, David spent five years leading information security in the UK for Europe’s largest guided weapons and missile producer. This role included responsibility for information security compliance, risk management and the relationship with government regulators in a highly regulated industry.