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Calling All CISOs! Infosec Community to Gather at Trust 2019

Patrick Peterson May 28, 2019 News

Over the past decade, I have had the privilege to work with hundreds of CISOs at some of the world’s top companies. Most of these leaders are Agari customers who trust us to help them stop advanced threats from reaching their employees, prevent brand impersonation scams from tricking their customers, and remediate phishing attempts before they become wide-spread breaches. And I’m excited to see them once again at Trust 2019, the Next-Generation Email Security Conference for Agari Customers.

Driving the discussion among this intimate group of security leaders and experts will be how next-generation email security is needed for the rapid shift to the cloud. Trust 2019, taking place June 12-14 in Napa, California, will present opportunities for Fortune 1000 CISOs and CSOs to exchange knowledge, learn about innovative email attack vectors from former hackers, and gain insight into how modern-day cybercriminals approach new tactics like business email compromise.

Agari has been hosting this event since 2017 and it is always the highlight of my year. The senior-level security executives who attend consistently contribute meaningful dialogue about real-world email security issues and their solutions. As long as email remains the preferred way for fraudsters to commit their crimes, this event is needed to bring together some of the smartest minds to be prepared for what is next.

Join Your Peers in Napa Valley

The entire Agari executive team, as well as leaders from companies like Aetna, Informatica, Wish, and Snowflake will be joining Trust 2019 to ensure that they know what threats are out there and how to protect against them. Speaker highlights include:

  • Kevin Poulsen, former computer hacker turned award-winning journalist and author of KINGPIN: How One Hacker Took Over the Billion-Dollar Cybercrime Underground
  • Elvis Chan, Supervisory Special Agent at the FBI
  • Crane Hassold, Head of the Agari Cyber Intelligence Division
  • Jim Routh, Former CSO of CVS

In addition to our exciting lineup of speakers, the event will include a customer appreciation dinner and wine tasting tour held at Chimney Rock Winery in the Stag’s Leap District of Napa Valley. We’ll also be presenting our first ever Agari Trust Awards, designed to recognize customers that have led extraordinary efforts to restore trust in email through innovative approaches to Agari solution implementation. With nominees like eBay, E-Trade, Comcast, and Nordstrom, I’m confident that this will be an excellent addition to our annual customer conference.

Ready to attend Trust 2019? Register today and we’ll see you in Napa in a few short weeks! I know this is set to be an amazing event filled with knowledge sharing, networking, and fun. I look forward to seeing all our amazing customers there.

Register for Trust 2019 today to secure your seat at the annual Agari customer conference.

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