Events & Webinars

Events

Dec 03, 2018 - Dec 06, 2018

Black Hat Europe 2018

London, UK
Agari is pleased to be a Diamond sponsor as well as the Executive Summit sponsor of Black Hat Europe Dec 3-6, 2018. Black Hat provides attendees with the very latest research, development and trends in information security. Agari is looking forward to engaging with attendees throughout the Executive Summit and Black Hat event, including Black Hat’s VIP […]
Dec 11, 2018 - Dec 11, 2018

Email Security Meet-Up: San Francisco

San Francisco, CA
The San Francisco Email Security Meet-Up brings together industry thought leaders over breakfast to discuss the current challenges they face and to share insights on email security strategies. Learn More
Dec 13, 2018 - Dec 13, 2018

Email Security Meet-Up: Tyson’s Corner

Tyson's Corner, VA
The Tyson’s Corner Email Security Meet-Up brings together industry thought leaders over breakfast including Mike Dent, CISO of Fairfax County to discuss innovative solutions and the current challenges facing CISOs and other insights on email security strategies. Learn More

Webinars

Webinar

Active Defense: Why Duck When You Can Hit Back?

Active Defense: Why Duck When You Can Hit Back? Business Email Compromise scams have cost businesses more than $12B in direct monetary losses. Most organizations take a purely defensive position against these attacks, which unfortunately does nothing to increase the cost or risk to the attacker. Tempting as it may be to “hack back”, US […]
Webinar

Identity Deception: The New Threat

Cybercriminals have moved from attacking systems to attacking people. Watch a short 20-minute video, where Gartner & Agari discuss the latest twist in cybercriminal tactics and ways to restore trust to the corporate inbox. Watch video.
Webinar

R-CISC CYBER THURSDAY: Stop Advanced Email Attacks – Protect Brand Trust

This webinar takes a look at retail industry inbound and outbound email security challenges that make customers more vulnerable to phishing attacks and company employees more vulnerable to executive spoofing. Learn More.