We’ve been busy at HelpSystems.

According to the February 2022 PhishLabs Quarterly Threat Trends and Intelligence Report, phishing volume is up nearly 28 percent year over year, and more than 40 percent of credential theft attacks with phishing links targeted Office 365 accounts.

It’s clear to see that your investment in email security is a vital decision in protecting your organization. However, it’s also important to know how your email security is adapting to changes and new threats in cybersecurity. This webinar will give you a closer look at new features added to your existing email security as well the latest HelpSystems Email Security tools and features.

Alyn Hockey, Vice President of Product Management at HelpSystems, and Mike Jones, Senior Director of Product Management at HelpSystems, will showcase feature updates, new threat report findings, and how new HelpSystems Email Security tools create a more robust email security solution.

Learn about the new updates and understand how you can utilize your email security investment to its full potential when you join us live on April 21st at 9:00 am CDT.

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Alyn Hockey

Vice President of Product Management, Clearswift

Alyn Hockey, VP of Product Management of Clearswift, has had an extensive career in cybersecurity, co-developing the MIMEsweeper range of products and working across departments within Clearswift, managing technical support, research and currently product management.

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Mike Jones

Senior Director of Product

Mike Jones is the Senior Director of Product Management for Agari, where he is responsible for the strategy, roadmap and feature definition of the Agari platform. Mike has represented Agari in the DMARC.org working group and as a Co-Chair of the OTA Email Security Committee.  Prior to Agari, he was Technical Director of Anti-Spam Operations at AOL and served on the board of directors for Messaging Anti Abuse Working Group (MAAWG). Mike holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Arizona, and a Master of Science degree in Management of Information Technology from the University of Virginia.