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The San Francisco Email Security Meet-Up is an invitation only, interactive networking breakfast bringing together security 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 learn:

  • Email fraud and DMARC adoption trends
  • Insights into the workings of a sophisticated cyber criminal organization from a former email prankster who tricked White House officials
  • Innovative solutions to challenges faced by security leaders

Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. PT

Location: The Box SF (Gate Room) 1069 Howard Street San Francisco, CA . 94103-2822

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

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Speaker

Seth Knox

Seth Knox is the Vice President of Product Marketing at Agari, where he is responsible for leading the company’s product marketing team and customer growth. Prior to Agari, Knox was the Vice President of Product Marketing at Atlantis Computing (Atlantis) where he directed numerous marketing initiatives to drive the company’s go-to-market strategy and lead generation.

Before Atlantis, Knox founded Acceleration Marketing Group (AMG), LLC, offering strategic product marketing counsel for leading companies including RingCube Technologies (now Citrix), Atlantis, Altor Networks (now Juniper), and iPass. During Knox’s distinguished career, he also held senior leadership roles at security and enterprise software companies including RingCube Technologies, TriCipher (Acquired by VMware), Qualys, and Sygate. He holds an MBA in Strategic Management from Pepperdine University and a B.A. in Political Science at Brown University.

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.

Keith McCartney, Director of Security Engineering at Zenefits is an Information Technology Security Executive who has established a record of success in the management of global information security operations and program transformation.

Keith’s prior experience has granted him proficiency in improving security posture, prioritizing issue remediation, mitigating risks, and delivering innovative solutions to meet evolving business and industry needs.