How to fight cybercriminals that operate like businesses?

The London Email Security Meet-Up brings together industry thought leaders to discuss the current challenges they face and to share insights on email security strategies.

Join us and your fellow Information Security executives to:

  • Discover key findings from Agari’s latest Email Fraud and Identity Deception research
  • Learn about the importance of a layered email security approach to stop advanced attacks, including business email compromise and account takeover-based threats
  • Hear insights & lessons learned from fighting Business Email Compromise (BEC) actors over the past 3 years and how to defend against their evolving tactics

Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Venue: Baglioni Kensington Hotel, London
Time: 5:30pm – onwards

 **Please note this event is by invitation only and space is limited so please RSVP to secure your spot.

For event related inquiries, please contact Suela Vahdat at


James Linton

James Linton

Threat Researcher

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.