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Call for Speakers: Showcase Your Email Security Expertise at Trust 2020

Jean Creech Avent October 24, 2019 Email Security

Time is running out to join industry thought leaders as a featured speaker at Trust 2020, The Next Generation Email Security Conference, on April 15-17 in Los Angeles. The deadline to submit topics for consideration is October 31, 2019.

Trust 2020 is an exclusive, two-day customer event where senior security leaders from a wide range of industries converge to share thought-provoking ideas and actionable insights on defending against rapidly evolving email-based threats to their organizations.

Speakers at the event have an opportunity to present their unique perspectives on how cybercriminals target their organizations, share their own best practices for preventing intrusion, and train leaders on steps they can take to protect their companies from attack.

Getting Serious About Email Security

Among the topics sure to be discussed this year: business email compromise (BEC) scams and phishing campaigns. Emerging vendor email compromise (VEC) schemes that defraud entire supply chains. And email-based brand impersonation attacks targeting consumers.

According to the US Treasury Department, these and other advanced email threats cost US-based businesses more than $3.6 billion per year. And when these attacks result in a successful data breach, average costs now top $8 million per incident—and counting.

Agari’s annual Trust conference offers security leaders the chance to join a spirited conversation as speakers and industry peers address the nature of these threats and attack methodologies, along with ways to mitigate the risks and financial losses from advanced email threats.

Lively presentations and panels have featured speakers such as Jim Routh from MassMutual, Bill Burns from Informatica, and Keith Gordon from Ally Financial. Topics have included best practices for protecting high-value targets, how to leverage Agari product data for security analysis, and why turning information over to the FBI can protect us all.

The Chance to Share Your Expertise

Trust 2020 is looking for exciting new speakers and topics, so if you have an idea that offers fresh perspectives on fighting back against email attacks, we want to hear from you before time runs out. No topic is out of bounds, though we are highly selective in order to best fit for this audience. If you have a topic to share, fill out the online form, and we’ll be in touch as quickly as possible.

A unique opportunity to network among peers and industry leaders, Trust 2020 will take place at the Terranea Oceanfront Resort, a luxury destination overlooking coastal bluffs, with sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean.

There’s nothing quite like it in the world of email security. And as a Trust 2020 speaker, it’s your chance to rub elbows with industry luminaries while building your own personal brand.

We hope to see—and hear from you—there.

Learn more about speaking at Trust 2020.

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