Virtual Meeting

Zoom Meeting | Thursday, July 23, 2020 | 10:00AM-11:30AM AT

Join your fellow Proofpoint users at the virtual Atlantic Canada Proofpoint User Group!

This interactive meeting will bring together local Proofpoint users, threat researchers, and product experts to review the current threat landscape and product updates from Proofpoint. You’ll have the opportunity to hear from your peers on how they are leveraging Proofpoint and discuss your security-related questions with technical experts to help you optimize your investment in Proofpoint technologies.

At this virtual meeting, we will cover:

  • Cyber Threat Updates: COVID-19 Lures
  • Product Roadmap
  • Demo: Cloud App Security Broker (CASB)
  • A Customer’s Perspective: Best practices for Security Awareness Training

As a thank you, each attendee will receive a $50 Uber Eats gift card.*

This event is approved and endorsed by (ISC)2 and CPE credits will automatically be credited to your member account within 4-6 weeks.

NOTE: Registration requires a valid email address from your organization’s domain; Gmail, Hotmail, AOL, Yahoo or similar ISPs are not accepted.

*If you cannot accept or wish not to accept the $50 Uber Eats gift card, please make sure to decline upon registering.


Welcome & Introductions
Cyber Threat Updates: COVID-19 Lures
Product Roadmap
Demo: Cloud App Security Broker (CASB)
A Customer’s Perspective: Best practices for Security Awareness Training

Who Should Attend

This event is suitable for Proofpoint customers who are responsible for protecting sensitive data, regulatory compliance, addressing evolving threats, improving/automating security operations, addressing cloud-related security issues, and improving the ability to analyze security data and detect attacks in real time.

Featured Speakers

Daniel Blackford, Threat Research Data Analyst, Proofpoint, Inc.

Daniel Blackford is a threat researcher at Proofpoint. He spends his days hunting through massive amounts of mailflow and cloud data to identify malign threat activity in order to surface and provide context for those threats both directly to clients as well as through tools such as TAP. Daniel also tracks the various actors and TTPs that comprise the threat landscape.

Prior to his work at Proofpoint, Daniel worked as a malware analyst at the National Cyber Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA) on site in Pittsburgh, PA.

Daniel has a BS in Computer Science from the University of Pittsburgh.

Thomas Hanna, Account Executive - Enterprise, Proofpoint, Inc.

Thomas Hanna is a Security Awareness Training Specialist at Proofpoint. He currently has responsibility for all Enterprise Accounts across Canada, and Southern California (Los Angeles). Thomas helps prospects/customers identify pain points in their current Security Awareness Program & directs organizations on how to shrink their “Knowledge Gap” in Cybersecurity through the PSAT Platform.

Prior to his work at Proofpoint, Thomas was an Account Executive at Advent Communications (IT Business Partner) in Pittsburgh, PA.
© 2020 All Rights Reserved. Privacy Policy