CISO Fireside Chat: OK to Click - Leveraging Technology to Keep Employees Safe

Legitimate email communications often contain links and attachments, and employees need to click on those links and attachments to do their jobs. Unfortunately, securing the enterprise often means stopping employees from doing so in an effort to stop bad actors from gaining access to systems or stealing money.

This leads to frustration for everyone, from the security leaders who must continuously remind users of security best practices, to the employees who simply want to do their work. Watch this CISO Fireside Chat with the world’s first CISO Steve Katz, as he speaks with Abnormal CISO Mike Britton about:

  • Why humans are the weakest link in the security infrastructure

  • How to best reduce employee risk in the enterprise

  • What tools are necessary to protect your organization from attackers

  • How leveraging an email solution built on data science makes it possible to do your best work

To do business now and in the future, your employees must be able to trust their email. Listen now to hear how security leaders can make it OK to click, and how that makes a difference for employees and organizations alike.

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