The FBI just issued a warning about a “dramatic” increase in CEO email scams. The Bureau estimates these scams have cost businesses more than $2.3 billion in losses over the past three years. No matter how extensive your Security Awareness Training Program is, your company is vulnerable to these attacks. Employees are quick to act when a financial request comes from the CEO. What protocols do you have in place to make sure your team knows when an email is really coming from the C-level? Join our web conference to learn how to avoid falling victim to these phishing scams.

The panel discussion will include:

● A demonstration on how these scams work and how prolific the scammers are
● Practical advice on avoiding social engineering tactics; learn how to teach your employees to guard their information
● Detailed information on how to inoculate employees who fall for social engineering attacks, along with tips to improve your security culture company-wide

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Speakers
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Christopher Pierson
General Counsel & Chief Security Officer, EVP`, Viewpost
Dr. Christopher Pierson is the General Counsel & Chief Security Officer, EVP for Viewpost. Chris serves on the DHS Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee and Cybersecurity Subcommittee and is a Distinguished Fellow of the Ponemon Institute. Previously, Chris was the first Chief Privacy Officer, SVP for the Royal Bank of Scotland’s U.S. banking operations leading its privacy and data protection program. Chris was also a corporate attorney for Lewis and Roca. Chris is a graduate of Boston College (B.A., M.A.) and The University of Iowa (Ph.D., J.D.) and speaks at national events and is frequently quoted on cybersecurity.
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Randy Luskey
Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

A former federal prosecutor, Randy Luskey is now a partner in Orrick's San Francisco office and a member of the White Collar Criminal Defense & Corporate Investigations group.

Mr. Luskey is an accomplished trial lawyer who handles a wide range of litigation matters. His practice focuses on white collar criminal defense, class action defense, securities litigation and complex business litigation. He represents companies and individuals in connection with criminal and regulatory investigations, as well as parallel civil and administrative proceedings. He has extensive experience in cases involving securities fraud, health care fraud, antitrust offenses, money laundering and the False Claims Act. Mr. Luskey also is engaged by public and private companies, and by audit and special committees of boards of directors, to conduct internal investigations.

Mr. Luskey has first and second chaired seven trials to verdict, and has briefed and argued appeals before the Ninth Circuit. Mr. Luskey advises a diverse group of technology, banking, pharmaceutical, health care, and emerging company clients in regulatory compliance matters and civil and criminal litigation.

From 2011 to 2014, Mr. Luskey was an Assistant United States Attorney in the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California. While with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Mr. Luskey managed complex government investigations and prosecutions, and developed broad trial experience. He prosecuted a wide variety of federal criminal cases involving offenses such as mail/wire fraud, health care fraud, money laundering, tax crimes, RICO, identity theft, and environmental crimes. Mr. Luskey secured guilty verdicts in a month-long health care fraud jury trial against the owners of two medical device companies. He also played a key role in the bank fraud investigation and prosecution of the President of the Bay Area's largest home builder.

Mr. Luskey was recently named by Super Lawyers as a 2015 "Rising Star," an award given to fewer than 2.5% of all lawyers in the state.   He has received awards and commendations from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the U.S. Secret Service, and the U.S. State Department for providing exceptional prosecutorial assistance.

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Stu Sjouwerman
Founder & CEO, KnowBe4
Stu Sjouwerman (pronounced “shower-man”) is the founder and CEO of KnowBe4, LLC, which hosts the world’s most popular integrated Security Awareness Training and Simulated Phishing platform. A data security expert with more than 30 years in the IT industry, Sjouwerman was the co-founder of Inc. 500 company Sunbelt Software, a multiple award-winning anti-malware software company that was acquired 2010. Realizing that the human element of security was being seriously neglected, Sjouwerman decided to help organizations manage the problem of cybercrime social engineering tactics through new school security awareness training. KnowBe4 services over 2500 organizations in a variety of industries, including highly-regulated fields such as healthcare, finance, energy, government and insurance and is experiencing explosive yearly growth of 300%. Sjouwerman is the author of four books, with his latest being “Cyberheist: The Biggest Financial Threat Facing American Businesses.”
Moderator
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Sam Masiello
CISO, TeleTech

Sam Masiello has been working with email, messaging and fighting internet pollution for over 25 years. Mr. Masiello currently serves as the CISO at TeleTech where he is responsible for the company's PCI, SOX, and SSAE compliance initiatives. He also oversees the protection of employee, consumer and customer data for all of the organization's clients, which includes many Fortune 500 companies.

Prior to TeleTech he lead the international Application Security team at Groupon where he was responsible for the security of their web and mobile e-commerce applications and PCI compliance initiatives. Previously, he served as the Chief Security Officer at Return Path and as one of the heads of security research at McAfee, an Intel company, where he was responsible for the strategy, vision, support and threat research for all of McAfee's desktop, appliance and cloud anti-spam products.

He currently serves as Director-at-Large of The Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE) and National Advisory Board Member for SecureWorld and has previously served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group (M3AAWG), the Steering Committee of the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) and a member of the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG).