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Active Defense: Why Duck When You Can Hit Back?

Business email compromise scams have cost businesses more than $12B in direct monetary losses. Tempting as it may be to “hack back,” United States law makes it illegal to do so. Hacking back is illegal—sitting back is frustrating and ineffective. Fortunately, there’s a middle ground.

Watch the webinar to learn:

  • The differences between passive defense and offensive techniques;
  • Why manual baiting does not address the problem; and
  • How organizations can use active defense to their advantage.

 

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Speakers

Pat Peterson

Pat Peterson

Agari Founder

Patrick Peterson is Agari’s visionary founder and executive chairman, who has spent more than 15 years securing the email ecosystem. In this executive leadership role, he supports Agari’s growth initiatives by working closely with customers and partners to further the company’s roadmap and vision. Peterson founded Agari in 2009, when he saw a real need in the industry for a solution that would secure the email channel. Under his leadership as Chief Executive Officer, he developed the company's ...

mike jones

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 ...

Michael Osterman Research

Osterman Research was founded by Michael Osterman in 2001. Since that time, the company has become one of the leading analyst firms in the messaging and collaboration space, providing research, analysis, white papers and other services to companies like Microsoft, America Online, Sun Microsystems, Yahoo!, Network Appliance, IBM, Google, Hewlett Packard and many others. The core of Osterman Research's capabilities is its market research panel of IT professionals and end users that are regularly surveyed ...