Rethink Your Approach to Cybersecurity

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Federal departments and agencies employ millions of personnel to carry out the missions and functions that the American public relies on for its well-being. The IT systems and networks of the Federal government continue to be attractive targets for foreign intelligence services and other malicious actors. As the threat landscape changes and attacks become more human-targeted, it's crucial to understand the data your users have access to and how they are handling that sensitive information.

With over 90% of attacks originating from email and countless breaches caused by human error, it's important to engage your end-users and create a culture of security awareness. Now is the time to gain visibility and understanding of your greatest security risk: your people. 

Join us as we discuss why your agency should consider a fundamental shift in your approach to a cybersecurity strategy. During this webinar you will hear: 
  • About the changes to the cybersecurity threat landscape and the tools that cybercriminals are using to attack your agency
  • From Bruce Brody, Federal CISO at Proofpoint, about the importance of a People-Centric approach to security and the benefits of adopting this strategy 
  • Why Abdul Manraj, Email Manager at Booz Allen Hamilton, decided to adopt a People-Centric security strategy for his organization 
With your agency beginning to shape its security initiatives for 2021 - you don't want to miss this. Register today!

Speaker and Presenter Information

Bruce BrodyFederal CISO , Proofpoint
Abdul ManrajEmail Manager , Booz Allen Hamilton

Relevant Government Agencies

Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government, State & Local Government

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Thu, Sep 24, 2020, 2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

Complimentary:    $ 0.00

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Proofpoint Government Team at Carahsoft

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