Our promise to the industry was to engage, educate and provide valuable insight into major cybersecurity issues facing organizations around the world.
Here is a small recap of what happened at RSA Conference, so you can feel like you were able to attend:
Moment 1: ‘Cyber Resilience Think Tank’ at the San Francisco NASDAQ Center
The Mimecast team hosted a great event at the San Francisco NASDAQ Center for an early morning ‘Think Tank’ lead by Mimecast’s CTO, Neil Murray, and moderated by Venable’s CEO, Ari Schwartz. Security thought leaders from various industries joined in one room to network and share the challenges organizations face today with cyber resilience. As organizations work to adopt a more cyber resilient strategy there was a consensus among the peers in the room that the diversity of the attack must equal the diversity of the defense.
Moment 2: Dark Reading Interview with Bob Adams
Lights, camera, action! What a moment for our very own senior cybersecurity strategist, Bob Adams, who was in front of the camera for an interview with Dark Reading. Bob highlighted the latest security gaps with internal email and the proposed solution, which Mimecast launched at the start of the show. He also discussed how to gain valuable insight into the attacks being missed by many incumbent email security solutions. Interested in watching? Click on the image to watch the full interview below
Moment 3: Live Hacks at the Mimecast Booth
Full house, no problem. Security experts Bob Adams, Julian Martin, and Matthew Gardiner demonstrated on site ‘LIVE HACKS.’ The gist of the hacks incorporated social engineering attacks, phishing attacks and the ease at which a hacker can use email as a primary hacking mechanism to own the target’s system, gain bank information and take over someone’s video camera without them knowing. You can view the live Periscope video below if you would like to take a look for yourself.
Moment 4: Insights into the latest Cyber Threat Plaguing email
Who doesn’t like working on solving problems with clients? At the event, we got to meet with many customers and new prospects. Thank you, to everyone who stopped by the booth. We were able to share the latest email security threats we see organizations face daily. This included 421 unknown malware threats, all of which were missed by a number of incumbent email security solutions. Check out a summary of these threats in our latest Email Security Risk Assessment infographic we had posted in the booth here.
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