London, United Kingdom | Tuesday, 4th December


Attendees should arrive at the yacht at 15:30
in preparation for the 16:00 event kick off.

Tuesday, the 4th of December, 2018

15:30 – 16:00

Attendee Arrivals

Sunborn Yacht in the Auditorium Room, Level 2

Refreshments will be served as Agari customer attendees arrive on-site.

16:00 – 16:15

Welcome Remarks

Auditorium Room, Level 2

Ravi Khatod, CEO, Agari

Welcome Remarks

16:15 – 16:45

CISO Influence Campaigns: Lessons Learned From The Battlefields of Afghanistan

Auditorium, Level 2

Emma Dutton MBE, Co-Founder & Managing Director, Applied Influence Group

CISOs rely on the ability to influence the C-suite, boards of directors and line of business leaders to secure budget, affect meaningful cultural changes and implement a successful security program. It turns out that influencing the board of directors or an entrenched stakeholder is not so different from influencing insurgents in Afghanistan. Whether you’re selling an idea to the CEO, or selling a change-of-mind to a Taliban commander, we’re all human and effective influence techniques are universal. Emma Dutton, former military intelligence officer for the Royal Air Force, will provide some practical takeaways from military intelligence operations that you can apply immediately to make you a more effective influencer, at Board level and beyond.

16:45 – 17:30

Understanding the Criminal Mind: How Western European BEC Syndicates Leverage Business Intelligence

Auditorium, Level 2

Crane Hassold, Head of Threat Research, Agari

In this session, Agari will expose the inner workings of a sophisticated, UK-based cyber criminal organization. We will focus on how the group’s tactics have evolved over time and how the group leverages business intelligence to identify targets that make their BEC attacks possible. Attendees can expect to better understand the inner-working of BEC criminal groups and learn how threat intelligence can be used to identify and disrupt cyber criminal organizations.

17:30 – 18:00

Phishing Incident Response: The Unintended Consequences of Employees as Your Last Line of Defense

Auditorium, Level 2

AJ Shipley, VP Product Management, Agari

Phishing training is nearly ubiquitous. Many employees have a convenient button or abuse inbox to report Phishing. While the effectiveness of phishing training is debatable, the unintended consequence of this reality is that Security Operations Center (SOC) analysts are overwhelmed by phishing incidents to investigate. Agari research shows that many organizations receive 25,000+ phishing incident reports per year, of which 80% to 95% are false positives. Most organizations have 5+ tools that SOC analyst need to consult to determine whether an incident is a true phish or a false positive, wasting valuable SOC resources. This session will unveil the new Agari Incident Response service that streamlines and automates the process of analyzing, remediating and reporting on phishing incidents to free up SOC analysts to focus on breach remediation and containment.

18:00 – 20:00

Networking Reception Event

Network with peer executives from Agari customers and industry luminaries. Cocktails and heavy hors d’oeuvres served.

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