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In this session, Thom Bailey, senior director of product strategy at Mimecast, will explore the benefits of a consolidated cyber resilience platform to layer security, enhance visibility, and more effectively reduce mean time to remediate (MTTR). Attendees can expect to learn how to leverage an open API platform that uses shared threat intelligence to integrate with prevention, detection, and response technologies, and identify phishing emails with machine learning using real-life attacks to train and educate end users. With this knowledge session, attendees will gain an understanding of business risk with a Risk Score, comprised of aggregated data, to better gauge their organization’s security posture.
5 Benefits of Attending Session:
• Learn the benefits of a consolidated cyber resilience platform to layer your security, enhance visibility, and more effectively reduce time to respond/remediate (MTTR)
• Leverage an open API platform that uses shared Threat Intelligence to integrate with the prevention, detection, and response technologies
• Identify phishing emails with Machine Learning – and use real-life de-weaponized phishing attacks to both train and educate end-users
• Understand and manage business risk with a Risk Score comprised of aggregated data to gauge the organization’s security posture
Thom Bailey – Senior Director of Product Strategy, Mimecast
Thom Bailey joined Mimecast as the Sr. Director of Product Marketing in 2019. With over 20+ years in product marketing and product management roles, Thom’s passion has been one of
understanding the intersection of IT Operations and Security. A frequent speaker and security evangelist, Thom is responsible for the product marketing of Mimecast’s Email Security 3.0,
Awareness Training, Threat Intelligence, Ecosystem Integration, and the overall Suite strategy.
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