Watch on demand - View from the top: How to empower people to stop phishing attacks

Security awareness has become a pressing challenge for public sector organisations. However, the increasing number of data breaches related to Covid tests and vaccinations reveals that hackers are upping their game with techniques that exploit your main vulnerabilities – outdated IT systems and human behaviour.

UK organisations lost an average of £2.9 million in damage from data breaches last year – phishing attacks accounted for nearly 75%. Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to gain sensitive information by impersonating a source your staff trust using email or other online communication. But what if there was a way to stop a phishing attack before it can cause any harm?

Watch the 25 January webinar to gain actionable insights on stopping inbound email attacks and empowering employees to become security advocates.

Key points discussed:

  • Understanding your IT system vulnerabilities
  • How to remove risk without increasing manual overhead
  • Reliability of cloud-based security
  • How to implement an integrated, people-centric approach to prevent phishing attacks


Christopher Lewis-Evans
National Cyber Crime Unit, National Crime Agency



Lianne Potter
Cyber Anthropologist, The AnthroSecurist, and Security Transformation Leader


Sam Trendall
Editor, PublicTechnology



Jamie Davies
Sales Director, Egress

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