You’ve gone over social engineering scenarios with your end-users. You run quarterly phishing simulations. You use gamification and fun videos to help create a culture of security awareness within your organization. You even have internal champions within the different business units. So why is it that Paul in Accounting got hit with a ransomware attack last week? Why are the sales people continuing to fall for phishing emails? And seriously, why can’t the executives follow the same rules as the rest of the employees?

Join this web conference as our expert panelists discuss how to deal with risky behavior from your end-users. When should you escalate this to HR or higher ups? Do extreme cases call for termination of employment?

Be sure to submit your questions during registration for our presenters to discuss during the live broadcast. Can’t make the live date? No worries. We record all web conferences, so you can always attend on-demand as your schedule allows.

CPE credit is available.

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Mitchell Sprinsky
Chief Information Officer, Spectrum Pharmaceuticals

Mitchell W. Sprinsky is Chief Information Officer of Spectrum Pharmaceuticals, Inc. As CIO, Mr. Sprinsky is responsible for all technology initiatives within the corporation, including infrastructure and security, guides the overall technology direction for company’s commercial and clinical products, and provides support and guidance for application development processes companywide.

Prior to Spectrum, Mitchell served as the CIO of the American Association for Cancer Research, a non-profit membership based organization to prevent and cure cancer through research, education, communication, and collaboration, where he managed the association’s information technology strategy and information security for its global operations, including hardware, software, and services, as well as its telecommunications and data center infrastructure. Previously, Mitchell spent 15 years in Information Technology management for various industries.

 Mitchell holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in computer systems in business from Ohio University.

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Alan Levine
Cybersecurity Advisor, Wombat Security Technologies

Alan Levine is the former CISO for two Fortune 500 companies, Alcoa and Arconic, with 20 years experience leading global cyber security programs.  He has a BA from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, an MA from City College of New York, and is ABD from Carnegie Mellon University.  Alan is currently an independent cyber security advisor, based in Pittsburgh, PA, USA.

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Michael F Angelo
Chief Security Architect, NetIQ
Michael F. Angelo is well known in the security community for his work designing, developing, implementing and deploying security products and architectures for multi-national corporate environments. Michael's work at Micro Focus includes development and definition of the security development lifecycle (including threat models and best practices for all the products). Michael is also responsible for product certifications and validations. His work includes participating, driving and creating security standards, working on corporate policies, national and international legislation, and multi-national regulatory issues. Michael currently holds 52 U.S. patents (77 World Wide), with the majority being in the area of security and authentication. He is a former Sigma - Xi distinguished lecturer. In 2011 he was recognized by the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) as the Security Professional of the Year and in 2013 was named to the ISSA Hall of Fame.
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Sam Masiello
Chief Information Security Officer, Teletech
Sam Masiello has been working with email, messaging, and fighting internet pollution for over 20 years. Mr. Masiello currently leads the international Application Security team at Groupon where he is responsible for the security of their web and mobile e-commerce applications. 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 anti-spam products.