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Join the Avanan Team at the iconic New Yorker Hotel in our home town, where we'll discuss how large-scale cloud migration has necessitated new ways of looking at email and collaboration suite security. 

25 Sept 2019 | The New Yorker Hotel

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Reinventing Cloud Security at SecureWorld

SecureWorld comes to NYC for the first time this year. We'll be hosting CISOs and security experts at our Cyber-Lounge, presenting a Keynote on the changing landscape of cloud email security, and joining a panel discussion on shifting landscape of attack vectors.

Attend the conference to benefit from networking, educational sessions, keynote addresses, CPE credits, and expert panels.

Michael Landewe

Cloud-Migration Keynote from Avanan Cofounder

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 | 11:15 am - 12:00 pm

90% of breaches start with email, and end-user credentials are the #1 target for hackers. Security incident orchestration, automation, and response significantly drain the resources of SOC teams fighting advanced email-based threats like Business Email Compromise (BEC).

It's clear that cloud migration — and the new threats that come with it — require a shift in securing collaboration suites like Office 365. We'll discuss how CISOs have adopted a new strategy: continuous adaptive risk and trust assessment.


Panel Discussion

Panel: Fighting Back Against Hackers

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 | 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm

Hackers only have to be right once in a while in order to have serious impact. They know that security professionals struggle to train their weakest link: people. On top of that, there are so many attack vectors to be aware of, and so many endpoints to cover.

We'll be participating in this panel about the shift in attack vectors, and making some predictions about what to watch out for in the not-too-distant future.

About the venue
The New Yorker Hotel

481 8th Ave
New York, NY 10001

Opened in 1930, the New Yorker is located right in the heart of Manhattan — a few blocks from Times Square, Madison Square Garden, and Pennsylvania Station. An enduring fixture in the iconic NYC skyline, the million square-foot building has been featured in many films and TV shows — including The Godfather and Catch Me If You Can. It’s fitting that this powerhouse landmark housed electricity pioneer Nikola Tesla, who died there in his room number 3327.

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