Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks are increasingly used by attackers as a way of targeting organizations. According to Gartner, through to 2023, BEC attacks will continue to double each year to over $5 billion and lead to large financial losses for enterprises. How can CISOs respond to this ever increasing threat? Join this exclusive panel for unique insight into:
What a successful compromise of an organization's email system looks like
Strategies to detect and respond to BEC attacks
Why education and awareness training is still crucial and how to deliver it in a way that works.
Andrew Rose is Resident CISO for the EMEA Region at Proofpoint. His focus is driving Proofpoint's people-centric security vision, strategy and initiatives amongst the company's customer base, bringing hands on experience, knowledge and perspective in managing risk and improving cyber security posture across complex enterprises. Andrew was previously Chief Security Officer of Mastercard subsidiary Vocalink, who are responsible for much of the UK's instant and bulk payments covering over 90% of UK salaries, over 70% of UK bill payments and nearly all UK benefit payments.
Andrew brings with him a wealth of additional industry expertise from a number of CISO roles including at the UK's Air Traffic Control provider, NATS, where he oversaw a security transformation and contributed to the design of the next generation air traffic control system. Andrew has also held CISO roles at top tier global law firms Allen & Overy LLP and Clifford Chance LLP and was a Principal Analyst at Forrester Research where he covered the role of the CISO and Security Culture and Awareness as two of his specialty areas.
Mark Walmsley is an experienced chief information security officer. He studied law before joining a number of small boutique private investigation agencies. The majority of Marks professional career has been spent within the legal industry, working within litigation before moving to business services where he managed high-value, complex programmes of work.
Mark has led Freshfields information and cyber security capability for the last six years and had a year secondments to the National cyber Security Centre (part of GCHQ) where he helped manage the government and legal industry engagement.