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  • Just Because It’s Internal Doesn’t Mean It’s Safe
    Just Because It’s Internal Doesn’t Mean It’s Safe
    Scott Crawford Research Director, 451 Research &Matthew Gardiner Director of Marketing, Mimecast Recorded: Feb 12 2019 58 mins
    Organizations have become highly sensitive to security threats that originate from the outside, such as malware and phishing, and consequently most have taken steps to block them at key points of entry –including the web and email. But what about the email and web content that makes up most enterprise traffic – that which is generated internally? In many organizations, this goes largely uninspected.

    Did you know that, according to Mimecast research, less than half of all enterprise email traffic is inbound into the organization? The remaining traffic is generated internally and sent internally or outbound from the organization. Why is this important? According to Mimecast’s 2018 State of Email Security Report, 80% of organizations encountered threats caused by attackers infiltrating and compromising users’ email accounts.

    What do you think attackers do once they have taken control of these accounts? The same study found that 61% of organizations were hit by an attack where malicious activity was spread from one infected user to others via email. And malicious use of web access is not far behind.
  • Best Practices for Implementing an Effective Security Awareness Training Program
    Best Practices for Implementing an Effective Security Awareness Training Program
    Michael D. Osterman, Principal Analyst, Osterman Research & Michael Madon, SVP & GM of Security Awareness Programs, Mimecast Recorded: Dec 20 2018 44 mins
    More than 90% of security breaches involve human error. These acts are not always malicious, but often careless and preventable. To change security behavior effectively, employees must know what to do, care enough to improve, and then do what’s right when it matters.
     
    An effective – and we stress effective – security awareness program is proven to change organizational behavior and lower risk. Join Michael Osterman, President, Osterman Research Inc. and Michael Madon, SVP & GM, Mimecast Security Awareness Products to learn more about the state of the industry and best practices for implementing an effective security awareness training program to change employee behavior and make your company more secure.
     
    SPEAKER BIOS:
    Michael D. Osterman, Principal Analyst, 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 global technology companies.
     
     
    Michael Madon, Senior Vice President & GM of Security Awareness Products, Mimecast
    Michael currently serves as the Senior Vice President and General Manager of Security Awareness Products at Mimecast. Prior to joining Mimecast, he was an early member of RedOwl, a software security company that was acquired by Raytheon. Michael also served on the Board of Directors of TeleCommunication Systems (NASDAQ: TSYS), a world leader in secure and highly reliable wireless communication technology which was acquired by Comtech Telecommunications Corp. in 2016.
     
  • Is Your Old-Fashioned Information Management Strategy Holding You Back?
    Is Your Old-Fashioned Information Management Strategy Holding You Back?
    Mark Diamond, Founder, President & CEO of Contoural, Garth Landers, Director of Product Marketing – Cloud Archive, Mimecast Recorded: Nov 29 2018 56 mins
    Compliance regulations are evolving. E-Discovery is getting harder. Your old-fashioned, legacy archive strategy is not enough. Join Mark Diamond from Contoural and Garth Landers from Mimecast as they discuss the changing enterprise archiving landscape and how to rethink information management for a more modern and effective approach.
     
    Speaker Info:
    Mark Diamond, Founder, President & CEO of Contoural
    Mark Diamond is recognized as an industry thought leader in proactive records and information management, litigation readiness and risk & compliance strategies.  Under his leadership, Contoural has grown to be the largest independent provider of legal and regulatory, litigation readiness, and risk & compliance consulting services. As trusted advisors, he and his company help bridge legal, compliance, security and business needs and policies with effective processes, technology and change management.
     
    Previously, he was co-founder of Symantec's (Open Vision) Professional Services group; founder and General Manager, Worldwide Professional Services for Legato Systems and Vice President of Worldwide Professional Services at Right Works, a provider of business application software to the B2B marketplace.
     
    Garth Landers, Director of Product Marketing – Cloud Archive, Mimecast
    Garth Landers is the Director of Product Marketing for the Mimecast Cloud Archive. Prior to joining Mimecast, he was a Research Director/Analyst at Gartner with primary coverage responsibilities for advising clients on archiving management software and related topics such as e-discovery and information governance policies and procedures. In addition, he provided research and advisory services in other areas related to storage, software and services associated with archive and backup/recovery. 
     
    Previously, Garth held positions at EMC and Mobius Management Systems in product marketing and management in addition to an earlier stint at Gartner as a Research Analyst covering enterprise content management.
  • Why You Need Integrated Backup + Archiving
    Why You Need Integrated Backup + Archiving
    Shane Harris - Director Product Marketing, Mimecast Recorded: Oct 25 2018 24 mins
    With malicious attacks on the rise, the need to simplify and automate email recovery is in high demand,.  A combined approach will reduce costs and risks, while enabling better continuity and resilience.  At the same time, many organizations are asking themselves, “Is Microsoft O365 good enough protection and recovery?” or “Is my on-premises backup solution enough?” Many are finding there are too many risky protection gaps with these solutions. Join this webinar to learn where your biggest risks are and how to mitigate them.
     
    Presenter:
    Shane Harris - Director Product Marketing, Mimecast
     
    Shane Harris has had varied experience spanning 20 years across IT, Product Management, Sales, Engineering and Research Analyst roles in the areas information management, eDiscovery, archive and compliance. Prior to Mimecast , Shane was the lead analyst for the Enterprise Information Archiving Magic Quadrant at Gartner and has held executive leadership positions at kCura, Commvault and Johns Hopkins. In these roles, he has held countless customer conversations across all verticals and was a frequent speaker, presenter and thought-leader at industry events.
  • Data Breaches under GDPR - What you need to know
    Data Breaches under GDPR - What you need to know
    Marc French, Chief Trust Officer and Data Protection Officer, Mimecast Recorded: Sep 20 2018 22 mins
    Whether you're just starting your compliance journey or feel your house is in order, there's still much to learn and understand about GDPR.

    In this video interview, Mimecast Chief Trust Officer and Data Protection Officer (DPO) Marc French explores issues related to data privacy and breach compliance and how requirements under GDPR impact processes and procedures for organizations across the globe.

    Topics explored include:

    * How aspects of GDPR including data breach notifications and the right to be forgotten actually work

    * The role of the Data Protection Officer under GDPR and their responsibilities

    * What your vendors can do to ease pressures related to organizational GDPR compliance
  • HIPAA-Aware Security Breach Prevention Policies for Email
    HIPAA-Aware Security Breach Prevention Policies for Email
    Simon Reddington, Technical Product Manager, Healthcare Practice Recorded: Aug 15 2018 32 mins
    Healthcare is the number one industry where employees are the predominant data security breach and compliance threat. 62% of breaches tend to be associated with unintentional outbound email misdelivery. In the context of ever increasing expectations on healthcare workers and reliance on electronic communication, it has become critical for IT security professionals to develop strategies to mitigate security breaches related to the release of protected health information (PHI).

    Join this summit session to learn how organizations are automating security breach policy oversight with pre-defined, HIPAA-aware data leak prevention policies that can be rapidly configured and then applied to a healthcare organization’s entire local or distributed workforce.

    Presenter Info:

    Simon Reddington, Technical Product Manager, Healthcare Practice

    Simon is a Technical Product Manager at Mimecast. Prior to joining Mimecast in 2013, he held technical roles at companies such as WorkShare and Fuel-IT Ltd. He has domain expertise around cloud computing and virtualized environments, Windows Server, Microsoft Exchange, and network administration. He holds a BSc in Computer Science, with Honors, from the University of Essex.
    David Hood, Cyber Security Strategist and Director of Technology Marketing, Healthcare Practice
    David is a Director of Technology Marketing at Mimecast. Previously he was Vice President and General Manager of Data Services at Connotate. David has held senior positions in marketing and product marketing at Kyruus, Memento (acquired by FIS) and additional enterprise software companies. He holds an MBA from Boston College and graduated from Vanderbilt University.
  • Why do Orgs Need a Cyber Resilience for Email Strategy?
    Why do Orgs Need a Cyber Resilience for Email Strategy?
    Matthew Gardiner, Director of Product Marketing – Security Portfolio, Mimecast Recorded: Jul 31 2018 40 mins
    If you find yourself to be among the 44% of organizations who currently have no plans to adopt a cyber resilience strategy, your business is at risk. Threat protection should be part of your approach, but it’s simply not enough. You need to consider every stage of an attack.
     
    This means having:
    -          The right security services in place before an attack happens
    -          A durability plan to keep email and business operations running during an attack or failure
    -          The ability to recover data and other corporate IP after an incident or attack occurs
     
    Join this webinar for an overview of the ways in which organizations can proactively mitigate security threats, ensure continuity during attacks, and provide rapid recovery in the case of downtime or data hostage scenarios.
     
    Presenter Info:

    Matthew Gardiner is a Director of Product Marketing at Mimecast and is currently focused on email security, phishing, malware, and cloud security. With more than 15 years focused in security, Matthew’s expertise in various roles includes threat detection & response, network monitoring, SIEM, endpoint threat detection, threat intelligence, identity & access management, Web access management, identity federation, cloud security, and IT compliance at RSA, Netegrity, and CA Technologies. Previously he was President and a member of the board of trustees of the security industry non-profit, the Kantara Initiative. Matthew has a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania and an SM in Management from MIT's Sloan School of Management.
  • Risk Mitigation: Making Office 365 Safer for Business
    Risk Mitigation: Making Office 365 Safer for Business
    J. Peter Bruzzese, Microsoft MVP, Mimecast Recorded: May 31 2018 53 mins
    A move to the Microsoft Office 365™ cloud is going to reduce administrative overhead and provide end-users with modern communication and collaboration tools.  However, there are several areas that require further attention (security, archive and continuity) if you want a risk-free move to Office 365.  In this lively session by Microsoft MVP J. Peter Bruzzese, you will hear a non-FUD focused discussion of those gaps and how to close them.

    Presenter Info:
    J. Peter Bruzzese is a six-time-awarded Microsoft MVP (currently for Office Servers and Services, previously for Exchange/Office 365). He is a technical speaker and author with more than a dozen books sold internationally. He's the co-founder of ClipTraining, the creator of ConversationalGeek.com, instructor on Exchange/Office 365 video content for Pluralsight, and a consultant for Mimecast and others.
  • GDPR and Email: How To Tackle The Risk In Your Inbox
    GDPR and Email: How To Tackle The Risk In Your Inbox
    Marc French, Senior Vice President & Chief Trust Officer, Mimecast Recorded: May 24 2018 52 mins
    Less than 50% of organizations impacted by GDPR are expected to fully comply by the May 2018 enforcement date. Will you be one of them? Whether you run email on-premises, in the cloud or a hybrid of the two, unstructured and distributed email data, which is personal by its very nature, can be difficult to manage. It’s also the number one attack vector with over 90% of cyber-attacks starting in email.

    But, with the right approach, it can be a relatively simple area of GDPR risk to mitigate. Join this presentation to learn:

    * Critical areas of GDPR risk in email
    * How to defend email systems and protect data in the face of spiraling attacks
    * Why having the right archive and backup strategy is important
    * The importance of a business continuity plan for email 

    About the Speaker:
    Marc French is the Senior Vice President and Chief Trust Officer at Mimecast. He has more than 25 years of technology experience in engineering, operations, product management, and security. Prior to his current role, Marc has held a variety of CISO/senior security roles at EMC/RSA, Iron Mountain, and Dun & Bradstreet.
  • Analyst Insights: What GDPR Means for Your Email Security and Resilience
    Analyst Insights: What GDPR Means for Your Email Security and Resilience
    Andrew Smith, Senior Research Analyst, IDC, Dan Sloshberg, Director of Product Marketing, Mimecast Recorded: Apr 26 2018 64 mins
    GDPR goes into effect on May 25, 2018 whether your business is ready or not. And non-compliance could lead to massive financial penalties. Join us for What GDPR Means for Your Email Security and Resilience, a webinar featuring Mimecast's Dan Sloshberg with special guest Andrew Smith, a senior research analyst with IDC's Storage Software Team.

    In this session, you can expect to learn more about:

    - IDC research on GDPR preparedness and associated organizational and departmental spending trends
    - Why it's critical to identify vendors who'll act as partners as you address GDPR
    - How an integrated approach to email security, archiving and continuity is essential to GDPR compliance

    Speaker Bios:

    Andrew Smith is a Senior Research Analyst for IDC’s Storage Software group. Andrew contributes to a broad range of storage research, with a primary focus on archiving and data management software and services. Andrew contributes to market sizing efforts across IDC’s storage software segments, and is responsible for tracking the revenues of leading software and cloud services providers within IDC's Worldwide Storage Software and Cloud Services Qview and Worldwide Semiannual Software Tracker.

    Dan Sloshberg, Director of Product Marketing, Mimecast

    Dan joined Mimecast in December 2013 as Product Marketing Director. Dan is responsible for building and articulating compelling value propositions for Mimecast’s email security and information archiving services. Dan holds a Bachelor of Business (Marketing) degree and prior to joining Mimecast, he held a number of global marketing roles at BlackBerry.

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