In a privacy-first world, email use puts organisations at risk of data leaks and regulatory non-compliance, jeopardising client relationships, damaging operational efficiency and affecting the bottom line. To remain resilient and secure, organisations need to simultaneously mitigate outbound risks and implement comprehensive reporting. In attempting to balance these aims comes the potential for reduced visibility and multiple silos that create headaches for IT and Security teams to manage.
Hear from Chris Pearce, CIO at Vistry Group PLC, about the key considerations for email security to support today’s workforce – wherever they’re based and whatever device they’re using! In a fireside chat with Adam Louca, Chief Technologist - Security at Softcat and Tony Pepper, CEO at Egress, Chris will discuss top areas of risk for UK organisations, what taking a report-first approach to email security really means, and how to streamline security for improved data breach prevention and compliance.
How risks originate as employees use email and the impacts data leaks have
The effects of COVID-19 and remote working on email security
Intelligent DLP for improved breach prevention
Risks and requirements when responding to subject access requests (SARs)
Key takeaways for your organisation
CIO at Vistry Group PLC
Chief Technologist - Security at Softcat
Adam focuses on developing, engaging and transforming Softcat’s strategic customers cyber security approach. Adam also runs Softcat’s cyber assessment services business which helps customer understand their current cyber security maturity and build roadmaps to improve.
Co-founder of Egress Software Technologies, Tony Pepper currently serves as CEO, overseeing all aspects of the business growth and innovation. Prior to Egress, Tony held executive management positions at Reflex Magnetics, Pointsec Mobile Technologies, and Check Point Software Technologies.
Our vision is for a connected world in which people communicate efficiently and securely. To achieve this, we provide human layer security to protect individual users and stop breaches before they happen. Our patented technologies are built using leading-edge contextual machine learning and powerful encryption that mitigate modern risks in ways that other solutions simply can’t achieve.
Today, we provide intelligent email security and collaboration solutions that prevent accidental and intentional breaches, protect sensitive data, and equip CISOs and their teams with the detailed reporting required for compliance purposes.
Egress is headquartered in London, with regional offices in the UK, the US, Canada and the Netherlands.