How to fight cybercriminals that operate like businesses?

Join Agari and our threat researchers at the Email Security Meet-Up in London. This meet-up is designed to expose the methods and operations used by cyber gangs to fraud people and companies and shed light on techniques that protect against business email compromise and other email threats.

Please join your peers at the London Email Security Meet-Up and discuss:
• What responsible active defence techniques can we use to help us uncover, stop and expose cybercriminal gangs?
• How can we combat cybercriminals that operate like a modern enterprise?
• How attackers deliver semi-customised attacks on companies of all sizes?
• Fortifying the human firewall in our enterprises from awareness to incident response

Spaces are limited and on first-come first-serve basis. Please register today by emailing svahdat@agari.com to be in with a chance to secure your spot.

Details of the Email Security Meet-Up London:
Venue: The Outlaws, The Capital Hotel, London
Date: Wednesday 6 March 2019
Time: 6:00 p.m – 9:00 p.m
Dress Code: Business Casual

James Linton

James Linton—also known as the Email Prankster—is known for tricking several current and former White House officials by using fake emails pretending to be their colleagues. Featured in publications such as WIRED and Buzzfeed, James is now a public figure who uses his @SINON_REBORN Twitter account to spread tips and tricks for avoiding email scams.