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February 7th, 2019 | 10am PST

Business executives are frequent, easy, and attractive targets for cybercriminals. The privileges of their role and their access to sensitive systems, together with their personal net worth, make executives the frequent target of cybercriminals, fraudsters, and imposters. To make it worse, cybercriminals rarely make a distinction between an executive’s personal and professional life—they will attack from all angles.

Register for this webinar, created in conjunction with Forrester Research, to:

  • Understand why cybercriminals and fraudsters frequently target business leaders
  • Learn how those executives’ own activities can magnify the risk and the damage
  • Uncover best practices that security and risk teams can use to educate and protect their executives
  • Discover what a real attack on executives looks like, as uncovered by Agari research into the London Blue cybercriminal organization
Register for the Webinar

Speaker

Joseph Blankenship is a Principal Analyst at Forrester Research. He supports security and risk professionals, helping clients develop security strategies and make informed decisions to protect against risk. He covers security infrastructure and operations, including tools for the security operations center (SOC) such as security information and event management (SIEM), security analytics, and security automation and orchestration (SAO). He also covers security topics like artificial intelligence (AI) for cybersecurity, email security, distributed denial of service (DDoS), and network security. His research focuses on security monitoring, threat detection, insider threat, phishing prevention, operations, and management.

Crane Hassold

Crane Hassold is the Sr. Director of Threat Research at Agari, where he leads an intelligence team responsible for researching enterprise-focused phishing threats. Prior to moving to the private sector in 2015, Crane served as an Analyst at the FBI for more than 11 years, providing strategic and tactical analytical support to cyber, financial crime, and violent crime cases.