Cybercriminals are taking a people-centric approach to phishing attacks. Is your organization taking a people-centric approach to phishing prevention?

Join this Remote Session for a deep dive on Proofpoint's seventh annual State of the Phish report as it delivers critical, actionable insights into the current state of the phishing threat. Our experts will cover:

•  The end-user awareness and knowledge gaps that could be negatively impacting your cybersecurity defenses.
•  The impacts InfoSec professionals are experiencing as a result of phishing attacks and the ways they’re attempting to combat these threats
•  How organizations are delivering phishing awareness training, and the ways they measure program success

You will see data related to the following:

3,500+ technology user insights

Results of a third-party survey of more than 3,500 working adults across seven countries—the United States, Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Spain and the United Kingdom—provide a global perspective on the cybersecurity awareness levels of the average end-user.

A survey of more than 600 IT security professionals

Proofpoint surveyed IT security professionals from the same seven countries. They shared insights about what they're experiencing within their organizations, how they are responding to attacks, and the steps they're taking to improve security postures.

Nearly 50 million simulated phishing emails

Proofpoint compiled and analyzed data from nearly 50 million simulated phishing emails sent to end-users over a one-year period via its cloud-based Security Education Platform.

More than 9 million reported emails

Proofpoint logged more than 9 million emails reported by their customers' end-users over a 12-month span. Their analysis of this data helps to prove out the importance of establishing easy-to-use reporting channels for employees.

19 industries

Proofpoint compares and contrasts failure rates and reporting rates among organizations across 19 industries.

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Earn 2 CPE credits for participating.

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Speakers
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Gretel Egan
Sr. Security Awareness 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 20 years. Gretel has extensive experience in researching and developing cybersecurity education content for Fortune 1000 companies and was named one of the “10 Security Bloggers to Follow” by IDG Enterprise.

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Kurt Wescoe
CTO, Proofpoint

As CTO for Proofpoint Security Awareness and Training, Kurt Wescoe draws on his understanding of education techniques, data science and software development to help design and build tools that allow our customers to gain insight into their end users risk and how they can drive behavior change to reduce it. He is passionate about helping organizations strengthen their security posture and help defend against the ever evolving threat landscape through data driven awareness and training programs. Previously Kurt served for twelve years as a faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University in the School of Computer Science.