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Join us for our eighth annual State of the Phish webinar for an overview of the latest threat landscape, as well as insights into user knowledge trends and security controls that allow you to effectively mitigate risk.
This year’s webinar will present analysis of data from a variety of sources, including third-party surveys of over 4,100 employees, 100M simulating phishing attacks and 15M reported emails.
In this 60-minute session, our panelists will discuss:
• The 2021 threat landscape— people continue to be the primary target
• User vulnerabilities from multiple angles, including poor cyber hygiene and lack of knowledge and communication
• How organizations are delivering security education and ways to measure program success
• Security controls that help defend against human-activated threats
Paul Berryman – Security Education and Awareness Program Manager, New Relic, Inc.
Dr. Berryman has a passion for security, education, and bad puns, bringing them together whenever possible. After 2 decades of protecting people from the usual suspects of hackers, criminals, and bored teenagers, he is now the Security Education and Awareness Program Manager at New Relic, Inc. He’s a big fan of colleges, having attended 7 different ones. He most recently earned a doctorate in education and also teaches programming and security management to aspiring security leaders. Prior to working in security, Dr. Berryman had 6 years of swashbuckling adventures with the US Navy. He's figured out that strong security starts with teaching how to behave online. It isn’t rocket science, but just in case he has a degree in that, too.
Sara Pan – Manager of Product Marketing, Proofpoint
Sara Pan is a Manager of Product Marketing at Proofpoint. Sara has been a product strategist in the cybersecurity industry for almost 10 years. She has presented at industry events and webinars- topics spanning across endpoint security, data security, GDPR, and email security. Sara’s on top of the new wave of email threats, such as business email compromise, account takeover, and supply chain risk.
Gretel Egan – Security Awareness and Training Strategist, Proofpoint
Gretel Egan is a senior security awareness training strategist for Proofpoint, a leading provider of cybersecurity services and solutions. She is a Certified Security Awareness Practitioner (CSAP) and has been working in technical, business, and consumer communications for more than 25 years. Gretel has extensive experience in researching and developing cybersecurity education content for Fortune 1000 companies and was previously named one of “10 Security Bloggers to Follow” by IDG Enterprise.
Benjamin Tuttle – Vice President, Cybersecurity Program Lead Strategist, Truist
Benjamin Tuttle is a Cybersecurity Program Lead Strategist for Truist Financial Corporation. He oversees the phish testing and phone scam simulation programs for Truist teammates, and serves as the resident cybersecurity instructor, leading facilitator-led seminars on cybersecurity best practices. Since being named to this position in January 2014, Benjamin has designed an unorthodox, highly effective phish testing methodology resulting in remarkably high phishing resiliency at Truist. As a cybersecurity instructor, Benjamin trains thousands of teammates each year, empowering teammates to create a security-minded culture. With more than 15 years of information technology experience, Benjamin previously served as an Information Systems Specialist for the city of Winston-Salem Police and Fire Departments.
Passionate about fatherhood, Benjamin serves as The Best Daddy in the Whole Kingdom according to his five year-old daughter Sylvie. Benjamin earned a BSBA in Computer Information Systems from Appalachian State University. A lifelong learner, when Benjamin isn't working, he enjoys endless documentaries and articles trying to understand how the universe (and his daughter) work.
ISSA Webinars and Conference series cover all the continuing education credits to maintain your cyber security certifications. (CPEs, CEUs, ECE, etc). Each hour is equal to one continuing education credit. Certificates of completion are available upon request after completion. For instructions, click here.