Watch this webinar to learn about email security threats

Get clued up by watching this webinar.

Watch this webinar to learn about email security threats

Do you know who that guy pictured above is? His name is John Podesta. And he had his email account hacked.

Why should you care? Well, he was chairman of Hillary Clinton’s ultimately unsuccessful presidential campaign.

Whether that hack, and the distribution of Podesta’s email archive by WikiLeaks, helped change the result or not is up for debate, but it certainly didn’t do Clinton’s campaign any favours.

So you can see that email security matters.

The awfully nice fellows at Zix recently invited me to an online webinar, to talk to their customers about email security threats.

Now you can watch the free webinar for yourself.

Here is the promotional blurb:

Cyberattacks are more advanced and these dangers need to be addressed before your email and data are compromised.

With the rise in data breaches and external vulnerabilities, businesses need to be aware of the evolving threat landscape and one of their greatest security risks – email.

From automated malware attacks to a surge in ransomware, the risks are everywhere and no one is exempt.

Watch computer security expert Graham Cluley and Zix security professionals discuss:

  • Risks of email and threat trends
  • How security attacks are evolving
  • Next steps for protecting your organizations vulnerabilities

Enjoy!

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