September 22, 2022 | Thursday | 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM PDT
IT and Cybersecurity leaders in Seattle are invited to join this roundtable dinner on “Securing assets and employees: Expanding Zero Trust with email security”.
An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary.
Securing assets and employees: Expanding Zero Trust with email security
In today’s digital and distributed workplace, phishing, business email compromise (BEC), and other targeted email attacks remain more frequent and dangerous than ever. According to the latest reports from the FBI, reported BEC losses have now surpassed $43B, and the agency received ~320,000 complaints on phishing and related attacks in 2021, a 35% increase from 2020 numbers and nearly triple 2019’s.
Targeted email attacks continue to evade existing email security controls and exploit trusted relationships to remain undetected. Moving forward, companies must prioritize securing assets and employees, regardless of where either is located, as teams and operations become increasingly distributed.
Join leaders interested in discussing the growing need to address email-based threat actors as well as the tools required to combat them.
Job titles may include CTO, CISO, Head of Infrastructure, Head of IT, Head of Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Director, IT Director, and other senior decision-makers.
El Gaucho Seattle – Pepper Bridge Room
2200 Western Ave Ste. 101, Seattle, WA 98121, United States | Google Maps
The Ortus Club hosts knowledge-sharing discussions in the best private dining rooms in the world. These venues provide an elegant high-end atmosphere and impeccable table service.
Arrival of guests
Welcoming and opening address by The Ortus Club
Short introduction by Cloudflare
Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
Appetizers are served
Discussion ends, mains are served
Desserts, coffee and tea are served, and guests are encouraged to stay and network
Guests normally start to leave