Identity-based Email Attacks – the power of data science to model the good and protect from the bad

Agari will be hosting a private gathering for key customers in and around London area on 16th of March 2020, at the prestigious Savoy Hotel in the Strand, London.

Under Chatham House rules, Agari CEO, Patrick Peterson will be leading discussions on advanced email attacks and how Agari are innovating email security to protect against frictionless email attacks that use social engineering techniques to get past current defences.

Cybercriminals have figured out how to bypass our perimeter defences by targeting the most vulnerable part of any enterprise: the humans. They have also increased their success rates by 63% using identity-based email attacks. As a result, security teams are constantly behind the eight ball, tuning alerts to attacks that occurred in the past. Agari are changing that for our customers and the industry.

*** Spaces for this private event are limited. If you would like to register your interest in attending, please complete the registration form here and someone will get back to you to confirm.

Date: Monday, March 16, 2020

Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm

For event related inquiries, please contact Suela Vahdat at svahdat@agari.com

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Thank You for your interest in attending the customer event on 16th March. We will be in touch with you to confirm availability. Kind Regards, The Agari team

Identity-based Email Attacks – the power of data science to model the good and protect from the bad

Patrick Peterson

Founder and CEO

Patrick Peterson is Agari’s visionary founder and CEO, who has spent more than 15 years securing the email ecosystem. Peterson founded Agari in 2009, when he saw a real need in the industry for a solution that would secure the email channel. Under his leadership as Chief Executive Officer, he developed the company's industry-changing security platform that now protects many of the world’s largest enterprises from email threats.