In this second session of Channel Partner Insight's Security Summit, we will hone in on the most common email security mistakes and pitfalls affecting customers and partners, and how to avoid them.
Click here to secure your place in session two, sponsored by Barracuda, as part of CPI's five-part webinar and podcast series where we will be discussing:
- Why are emails an easy target for cybercriminals?
- Top five tips for end users to avoid an email security breach
- How has the cloud affected the email security landscape?
Other sessions in the Security Summit include:
- In Conversation with NTT Security's CEO Matt Gyde - What immediate threats are facing customers in the next 30 days? Can the IT industry sustain a never-ending war against cybercrime?
- Windows 7 end of life - How should the channel make the most of the opportunity?
- Navigating a crowded market - What options are available to SMB customers, and how should they pick the right security providers?
According to a global study, almost 92 per cent of malware is sent through email. These emails are the front door into your business' and your customers' sensitive data, and there are more ways for cybercriminals to break in than ever before.
Whether its phishing, identity theft, or spam, every employee can be the key to opening the door for an attacker. And, with many of us sending hundreds of emails every day, the chance of an attack is verging on inevitable.
Therefore it's vital for any MSP to have the tools needed to show their clients that they've got email security covered. These days, customers are more fickle due to their security needs, and if they feel their current MSP isn't up to the task, they'll happily look elsewhere.
It's in this vein that Channel Partner Insight launches the Security Summit, a series of webinars and podcasts to help guide MSPs through one of the channel's most essential and relevant technology areas today.
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