Event Details

CYBER THURSDAY: Stop Advanced Email Attacks – Protect Brand Trust

Retail is a competitive industry and companies are trying to reach customers in new and innovative ways. This broadens communication channels, making customers more vulnerable to phishing attacks and company employees more vulnerable to executive spoofing. This in turn hurts brand trust, revenue, and increases fraud losses.

Join Agari’s Field CTO John Wilson as he facilitates a webinar that explores challenges with inbound and outbound email security as well as look at a new standard called BIMI, which makes it easier for consumers to identify authentic email. The following topics will be covered:

  • BEC, spear phishing, email fraud
  • Consumer phishing and brand protection
  • Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI)
  • Active defense methods to turn the tables on cybercriminals and reverse the growth of criminal profits

**This Webinar is open to R-CISC Core Members and Eligible Retail Cyber Security Professionals. Email events@r-cisc.org to RSVP today.

 

About John Wilson:

John Wilson is the field chief technology officer at Agari, responsible for researching and utilizing the company’s advanced data security insights to drive continuous technology innovation. Prior to Agari, Wilson served as the chief technology officer of Brandmail Solutions, where he developed the world’s first authentication-based anti-phishing solution. Before Brandmail Solutions, he held chief technology officer positions at several technology startups including Concurro, Inc. and 365 media. During Wilson’s distinguished career, he also held leadership positions at SAP, Cadence Design Systems and Oracle. An esteemed security expert, Wilson is often called upon to assist major organizations in fighting cyber crime. During his career, he assisted Microsoft and the FS-ISAC with taking down the B54 Citadel botnet by providing data related to Citadel botnet infections and acting as a declarant in the civil forfeiture action filed in US District Court. Wilson holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from MIT.