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Description

You are invited to attend Trust 2019, the third annual Agari customer conference in Napa, California on June 12-14, 2019.

This is your opportunity to hear from leading experts in email security, chat with the Agari leadership team, network with peers, and enjoy all that Napa has to offer.

The Welcome Reception takes place on Wednesday, June 12th and the event officially kicks off the following morning.

We look forward to seeing you in Napa!

Why Attend

Trust 2019 provides a forum to discuss the top issues facing senior leaders in information security. See our agenda for details.

You'll also have ample opportunity to network with your peers, including the Welcome Reception, a private wine tasting event, and dinner at a top-rated Napa Valley restaurant.

Location

Westin Verasa Napa
1314 Mckinstry Street
Napa, California 94559

Date

June 12-14, 2019

Schedule

Please arrive anytime on Wednesday, June 12th. The Welcome Reception begins at 6:00 p.m.

Cost

The event is free. Attendees are responsible for travel and lodging.

Spouses and significant others are welcome to join the networking events, and discounts at the venue are currently available if you wish to extend your stay.

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Please expect an email within 24 hours on your registration status.

For assistance, contact Suzanne Parsons at sparsons@agari.com.

Agenda

2019 Agenda TBA
2018 Agenda Below for Reference

Speaker:
Ravi Khatod, CEO, Agari

Topic:
Welcome and talk about the objectives of gathering input into Agari’s strategic direction, building partnerships with customers, facilitate networking and sharing of best practices amongst customers.
Speaker:
Alex Stamos, CSO, Facebook

Topic:
The position of our field in the world has changed immensely in the last several years, with what was an ancillary component of the corporate technology team is becoming a central component in insuring the long-term survival of our companies. Yet, our teams, mechanisms of action and organizational design have not changed that much. In this talk, Alex is going to relay some of his personal experiences living on the bleeding edge of this change to start a conversation on our responsibilities as CISOs, the changes we need to affect in our orgs and identifying our personal blindspots. Security has gone mainstream, and our continued inability to provide any level of confidence to our management, boards, shareholders and the public at large is untenable. Hopefully we can spark a discussion on how to recognize and address this critical need.
Speaker:
AJ Shipley, VP Products, Agari

Topic:
Too often humans are targeted by cybercriminals as an entry point into a business through spear phishing or some other digital form of social engineering. But Agari sees a future in which people can inherently trust in digital business, because digital deception is continually being detected and prevented. We see a world without Digital Deception, in which companies, brands and individuals thrive because trust in their business is secured.
This session will focus on assessing where we are today on the progress we have made in the past year and what’s coming next.
Presenters:
Patrick Peterson, Founder and Executive Chairman, Agari
Jennifer Wang, VP Customer Success, Agari

Topic:
In last year’s Agari Customer Advisory Conference, several CISOs commented that one of the most valuable parts of the conference was being able to compare notes with other CISOs about their approach to educating the C-Suite and Board about email threats and the business benefits of building trust in communications. In this interactive session, Patrick Peterson will share information gathered from multiple CISOs on their approaches and then lead a discussion on the topic.
1st Topic:
Agari Customer Protect: Managing Third-Party Senders and Email Governance
Presenter:
Mike Jones, Director of Product Management, Agari
Duration:
30 minutes

2nd Topic:
Agari Enterprise Protect: Account Take Over (ATO) Protection Preview
Presenter:
Mike Jones, Director of Product Management, Agari
Duration:
30 minutes
Location:
CISO track: Harvest Room
Product track: Sonoma Valley Room (main meeting room)
Presenter:
Elvis Chan, Supervisory Special Agent (SSA), FBI

Topic:
The FBI leads the U.S. Government’s response for significant cyber incidents. We will discuss case studies of computer network breaches ripped from the news headlines, the lessons we’ve learned from these investigations, and the FBI’s role for cyber incident response.
Presenter:
Don Cardinal, SVP, Bank of America

Topic:
Without clear communication on the benefits of implementing DMARC, getting a project funded and continued executive support can be challenging. In this session, Don Cardinal will share his lessons learned from implementing DMARC at Bank of American, share details about the process of getting their primary domains to reject, and look to the future of DMARC with their participation in the Brand Indicators initiative.
Wine tour location:
Deerfield Ranch Winery (deerfieldranch.com)

Special on-site activity with Prohibition Spirits included, pre-dinner (prohibition-spirits.com)
Deerfield Ranch Winery (deerfieldranch.com)

Speaker:
Ravi Khatod, CEO, Agari
Moderator:
Patrick Peterson, Founder and Executive Chairman, Agari

Speakers:
Mark Risher, Google
Marcel Becker, OATH (Yahoo, AOL)
Terry Zink, Microsoft

Topic:
Agari, Google, OATH (Yahoo), and Microsoft were are founding members of the DMARC standard more than 7 years ago. This all-star panel will discuss the what’s coming next in email security standards.
Moderator:
Patrick Peterson, Founder and Executive Chairman, Agari

Speakers:
Jim Routh, Aetna
Bill Burns, Informatica
Ron Aron, UnitedHealth Group

Topic:
Aetna, Informatica and UnitedHealth Group are all early adopter of Agari Enterprise Protect and have a long track record of stopping targeted email attacks. Pat Peterson will lead a discussion about trends the three panelists are seeing ranging from BEC, ATOs and other forms of advanced email attacks.
Speaker:
Terry Zink, Program Manager, Microsoft

Topic:
As one of the founding members of DMARC, Microsoft has also moved aggressively to protect its own domains and largest consumer email brands from phishing and abuse. Terry Zink will share his tips and best practices that helped him protect Microsoft, hotmail, live.com and outlook.com with Agari Customer Protect.
Speaker:
John Wilson, Field CTO, Agari

Topic:
CISOs have been stuck in a valiant but defensive battle as they defend against an infinite number of digital attack vectors. But there’s a better way. The time has come to turn the tables!
John will explore the cutting edge of active defense measures. Using these techniques, Agari has infiltrated numerous criminal organizations and helped the FBI gather the evidence needed to make arrests. We’ll share threat intelligence about the latest BEC attack methods gathered through these infiltrations and describe how cybersecurity companies, financial institutions and law enforcement can collaborate to fight back.”
Speaker:
Markus Jakobsson, Chief Scientist, Agari

Topic:
Markus will share his research into cybercriminal techniques, how they will evolve to evade today’s defenses and what this means for the industry and your organizations.
Speaker:
Ravi Khatod, Agari
Boxed lunches on the patio & departure

Speakers

2019 Speakers TBA
2018 Speakers Below for Reference

Alex Stamos
Alex Stamos
Former CSO, Facebook

Alex Stamos is the Chief Security Officer at Facebook, where he leads a team of people around the world focused on ensuring the safety of the billions of people who use Facebook and its family of services. Before joining Facebook, Alex served as the CISO of Yahoo and is widely recognized for revitalizing Yahoo’s security program with innovative technology and products. Prior to Yahoo, he was the co-founder of iSEC Partners and founder of Artemis Internet.

Elvis Chan
Elvis Chan
Supervisory Special Agent (SSA), FBI

Elvis Chan is a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) assigned to FBI San Francisco. SSA Chan manages a squad responsible for investigating national security cyber matters. With over 11 years in the Bureau, he is a decorated agent who is recognized within the Intelligence Community as a cyberterrorism expert. SSA Chan was the lead agent on significant cyber investigations and managed joint counterterrorism operations with domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies. Prior to joining the Bureau, SSA Chan was a process development engineer in the semiconductor industry for 12 years. He holds two U.S. patents, presents at many technical and law enforcement symposiums, and published multiple articles in technical journals. SSA Chan graduated from the University of Washington with degrees in chemical engineering and chemistry.

Patrick Peterson
Patrick Peterson
CEO and Founder, Agari

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 industry-changing security platform that now protects many of the world’s largest enterprises from email threats. Prior to Agari, Peterson joined IronPort Systems and invented IronPort’s SenderBase, the industry’s first reputation service. After Cisco’s acquisition of IronPort, he became one of 13 Cisco Fellows. Peterson holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

Jim Routh
Jim Routh
CSO, Aetna

Jim Routh is the Chief Security Officer and leads the Global Information Security function for Aetna. He is the Chairman of the FS-ISAC Products and Services Committee and former Board Member. He is a Board Member of the National Health-ISAC. He was formerly the Global Head of Application and Mobile Security for JP Morgan Chase. Prior to that he was the CISO for KPMG, DTCC and American Express and has over 20 years of experience in information technology and information security as a practitioner, management consultant and leader of technology functions and information security functions for global financial service firms. Jim is the winner of the 2009 BITS Leadership Award for outstanding leadership of the Supply Chain Working Group.

Bill Burns
Bill Burns
Chief Trust Officer and VP Business Transformation, Informatica

Bill Burns is CISO at Informatica. Previously he worked at Scale Venture Partners to define their information security investment strategy. As Director of InfoSec at Netflix, Burns’s teams helped transition their corporate and production systems to be all-cloud and supported Netflix’s international expansion. Burns’s teams designed and ran virtualized PCI infrastructure before “virtualization” was a word in PCI-DSS, developed Amazon’s CloudHSM to protect sensitive keys in IaaS, and deployed one of the largest hybrid cloud WAF networks. Burns has been granted two computer security patents. He graduated from Michigan Technological University with electrical engineering and business degrees.

Andy Wen
Andy Wen
Product Lead, Counter Abuse, Google

Andy Wen is the Product Lead for Counter Abuse at Google, protecting users around the Internet from advanced attacks of all kinds including over 1B GMail users from spam, phishing and malware. Prior to Google, Andy was a product lead at Capital One Labs, E*TRADE and Payoff focusing on security, data science, credit modeling and user experience.

Don Cardinal
Don Cardinal
Former SVP Global Information Security, Bank of America

Don Cardinal is a member of the Cyber Threat Intelligence and Customer Protection senior leadership team at Bank of America. He oversees efforts to reduce the risk posed by automation, aggregation, email fraud and financial crimes for the company and its industry peers. Don’s resume spans more than two decades in financial services. He is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Information Systems Auditor and Certified Information Security Manager. Currently, he leads the enterprise-wide DMARC implementation and serves as the co-chair for a Financial Services-Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) work group.

Terry Zink
Terry Zink
Former Program Manager, Microsoft

Terry Zink is a former Program Manager of Antispam and Antiphish in Office 365, one of the world’s largest hosted email services. He has extensive experience in combating online abuse, and is a regular contributor to industry working groups and forums.

Marcel Becker
Marcel Becker
Director, Product Management, Oath

Marcel is driving business and product requirements for email deliverability and anti-abuse efforts for all consumer mail products (Yahoo, AOL, Verizon) under the Oath Inc. umbrella. He’s also leading the product team responsible for next gen consumer products like Alto Mail and it’s successors.

Before Oath Inc, Marcel was responsible for AOL’s Email and international products, supporting its international expansion.

Location

Trust 2019 will take place at the Westin Verasa Napa, located in Napa, California. Situated steps away from local attractions like world-class wineries, the Oxbow Public Market, and more, the hotel is the ideal starting point for a Napa Valley adventure.

Address

Westin Verasa Napa
1314 Mckinstry Street
Napa, California 94559

FAQ

Trust 2019 provides a forum for Agari customers to discuss the top issues facing senior leaders in information security. Spouses and significant others are welcome to attend our networking opportunities. Please note that Agari reserves the right to refuse registration for any reason.
Arrive anytime on Wednesday, June 12th, 2019. The Welcome Reception will begin at 6:00 p.m. that evening.

Trust 2019 ends at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, June 14, 2019. Attendees are welcome to extend their weekend at the hotel at a discounted rate.
Business casual attire is appropriate. We recommend bringing comfortable attire for our outing events.
There is no conference fee to attend Trust 2019. Customers are only responsible for travel and covering their discounted lodging fee ($319/night).
Spouses are welcome to attend the Wednesday, June 12th welcome reception as well as the Thursday, June 13th wine tour and dinner event.
Email Suzanne Parsons at sparsons@agari.com – for assistance in extending your reservation. Room rates average $319-$349 per night based on availability.
Please contact Suzanne Parsons (sparsons@agari.com) or call 214.552.5268 if you have any questions regarding Trust 2019.
Agari is committed to creating event environments that are diverse, inclusive, safe, and free from discrimination, regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, transgender status, age, disability, veteran or marital status, or any other classification protected by law.

All participants at Trust 2019 must be considerate, respectful, and collaborative and refrain from demeaning, discriminatory or harassing behavior and speech.

Unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated. Anyone asked to stop unacceptable behavior is expected to comply immediately. If a participant engages in unacceptable behavior, Agari may take any action deemed appropriate, up to and including expulsion from the event without warning or refund.
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