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Introducing the Vision 2023 Virtual Conference

Discover the latest trends in cybersecurity as we look toward the email threats of the future in partnership with SecureWorld.
November 7, 2022

Despite best efforts to prevent cybercrime, threat actors are continuously finding new ways to circumvent security measures, and security professionals are constantly trying to find new ways to keep up. Unfortunately, email remains one of the most vulnerable methods of attack, since cybercriminals can take advantage of the open, connected nature of cloud email platforms to target unsuspecting employees and pilfer credentials, steal money, and access confidential data.

Abnormal was created to prevent these cyberattacks—using behavioral AI to detect and stop the socially-engineered attacks that bypass other tools. But new threats are coming, and we must always be prepared.

That’s why we’re thrilled to announce Vision 2023, the virtual conference dedicated to helping security leaders learn about the evolving threats that modern organizations face—both today and in the future.

Join Us for the Vision 2023 Conference

With inspiring sessions that enable you to discover how the future of cybercrime (and cybersecurity) is changing, Vision 2023 is a powerful virtual event that you will not want to miss. This free online conference, hosted by SecureWorld and co-sponsored by KnowBe4 and Valimail, is your opportunity to hear about the next generation of threats from some of the leading voices in cybersecurity.

Key sessions include:

  • Cybercrime, Identity Theft, and Scams: Tips for Staying One Step Ahead in 2023 with Frank Abagnale, Author of Scam Me If You Can and subject of Steven Spielberg’s Catch Me If You Can

  • Hacking with Hackers: Uncovering the Human Element of Cybercrime with Rachel Tobac and James Linton, Former Hackers

  • The Art of the (Im)possible: Overcoming Business Email Compromise with Stephen Dougherty from the United States Secret Service

  • Preparing for the Threats of the Future: CISO Concerns for 2023 with CISOs from Acrisure, Archaea Energy, and Abnormal Security

  • And so much more!

You can register here. The event will be hosted online on December 13th starting at 11:00am ET and will include two tracks with engaging panelists and sponsored sessions. Attendees will be eligible for up to 6 hours of CPE credits through (ISC)², making this the perfect opportunity to earn your continuing education credits before the end of the year. All sessions will be recorded for later playback and those who cannot attend live can register in advance to be sent the recordings after the conference.

This is undoubtedly one of the most exciting email security conferences in years, bringing together some of the most engaging speakers in the cybersecurity space. We hope you’ll register now and join us live on December 13th.

Questions? Reach out to us at visionconference@abnormalsecurity.com.

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