Its taken decades for the leading financial services firms to establish trusted relationships with their customers - but that trust can be shattered in seconds with the click of a fraudulent email. Don't let cybercriminals misuse your brand, creating spoofed emails purporting to be from you, attacking your customers.
Learn to identify how fraudsters are impersonating financial services communications and what you can do to take back control of your email communications - so that the only emails your customers receive are the ones you are legitimately sending.
It’s happened. The nightmare that has haunted your sleep is now reality: your company has been breached.
There will be plenty of time to look back. Now is the time for action. Your response in the trying days ahead will make all of the difference in restoring customer trust and minimizing backlash—both external and internal. Timely communication is the lynchpin.
This webinar provides practical, actionable best practices to securely integrate email into your breach response communication plan, keeping the phishers and criminals at bay while ensuring that timely information reaches your customers. So you can be the hero, not the scapegoat.
Michael Ray, Inspector in Change of Revenue, Product & Cyber Security at the United States Postal Inspection Service
Email is #1 source of risk in today's enterprise, yet also the #1 digital communication channel for businesses today. The United States Postal Service sends more than thirteen million emails per day, which makes their email channel and brand a high-profile target for criminal email cyberattacks. In this case study webinar, hear from Michael Ray, Inspector in Change of Revenue, Product & Cyber Security at the United States Postal Inspection Service, as he shares their story of how they implemented Agari to protect their brand and their customers against fraudulent attacks by securing their email channel.
Jim Routh, CISO, Aetna and Chris McClean, VP of Research, Forrester
The role of the CISO is evolving - and fast. CISOs today must find innovative ways to align with the business and strategize security as a top business asset -- and those that ascend in their role will have the opportunity to play a bigger, more influential role in the years to come. In this webinar hosted by Agari, you will hear Jim Routh, Aetna CISO share real world insights into specific challenges and solutions to approach today's evolving email threats as well as key 2018 CISO research from Chris McClean, Forrester VP of Research.
Criminal activity is being reported before our eyes in the news and it could be infiltrating your organization -threatening your brands trust and even your job.
There is clear and present danger - whether you know it or not.
Hear from Kevin Kennedy, VP of Product at Agari, as he examines a real life phishing attack, what impact it had on the person and company who was phished, and what strategies CISOs need to know in order to protect their own organization.
Mike Jones - Director of Product Management, Agari and Michael Adkins - Messaging Engineer, Facebook
Join us for our third and final event in "The Road to a Secure Email Channel" webinar series. During this presentation, Mike Jones - Director of Product Management at Agari and Michael Adkins, Messaging Engineer at Facebook will cover how you can stop cyberattacks in their tracks by implementing a DMARC Reject Policy.
Hear first hand how Facebook was able to eliminate cyber threats from their customers - for good.
Brett McDowell, Executive Director of the FIDO Alliance & John Wilson, Email Security Expert at Agari
Join us on November 4th at 8:00 am PST for our second event of The Road to a Secure Email Channel series, “Uncovering the Blind Spots with DMARC Data,” In this event, John Wilson, Email Security Expert at Agari will dive into everything you need to know about how to set up a DMARC policy and how you can use the data it provides to get more visibility into your entire email channel. Joining him will be Brett McDowell, Executive Director of the Fast IDentity Online (FIDO) Alliance and former PayPal security leader, who will share his experience of setting up DMARC at PayPal and how it helped him uncover blind spots he had in his email channel so he could prevent threats from ever being delivered to his customers.
Patrick Peterson, CEO of Agari and Sam Masiello, Head of Application Security, Groupon
Email – despite its importance, ubiquity, and staying power – has never been secure. Anyone can send email using someone else’s identity - making email the top weapon of choice for all cybercriminals - and their targets are your consumers!
Luckily, one open standard called DMARC ("Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance") is helping companies gain unprecedented visibility into the legitimate and fraudulent use of their domains, enabling them to protect their customers, employees, and brands from email-based cybercrime.
Join us for Event 1 of our webinar series "The Road to a Secure Email Channel" on September 16th, at 9:00 am PST join Agari CEO Patrick Peterson and Sam Masiello of Groupon as they discuss the history of DMARC, how it works, and what benefits it provides companies - including Groupon's own success story as told by Sam himself.
Patrick Peterson, Founder & CEO of Agari and John Wilson, Director, Sales Engineering at Agari
Join Patrick Peterson, Founder & CEO of Agari - a 2014 Gartner "Cool Vendor", as he peels back how criminals are penetrating current security controls and describes intelligence that can detect attacks in real-time and provide the ammunition you need to take action. Whether it’s looking for unusual changes in average URL lengths in hyperlinks or statistically anomalous use of certain names in email FROM fields, specific types of intelligence provides high fidelity signal indicating that malicious activity is at work inside your organization, or attempting to penetrate it. Register to learn more about real-time intelligence that drives attack prevention.
Agari's quarterly TrustIndex Report analyzes the email security practices of 131 companies across 11 industries to determine who is at the highest risk for cyberattack and who is taking action to prevent attacks and protect consumers. Join Patrick Peterson, former Cisco cybercrime research fellow and Founder & CEO of Agari, as he talks through key findings from the Q4 2013 Report. Here's a sneak peek - did you know that Health Care is riskier than any other sector? Could you guess that you are safer clicking on emails from your favorite etailer than your favorite retailer? Register to learn more.
Patrick Peterson, former Cisco cybercrime research fellow and Founder & CEO of Agari, will take you on a journey through the aftermath immediately following a data breach. He takes you through what personal info is commonly stolen, how email is used for repeated phishing and malware based attacks, and what your organization can do to avoid the 1-2 punch of a breach followed by consumer email attacks.
Agari provides global brands with the experience, tools, and analytics they need to eliminate email threats, protect customers and their personal data, and proactively guard brand reputation. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Agari is backed by Alloy Ventures, First Round Capital, and Greylock Partners.