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Most state and local governments and educational institutions and districts depend on a variety of external vendors and partners to support their business activities. These interdependent relationships form a complex third-party ecosystem called the supply chain. Because of its complexity, the supply chain is an attractive target for cybercriminals.
While the security industry has made significant progress thwarting generalized email attack campaigns, more directed impersonation and business email compromise (BEC) attacks are harder to detect and are increasing in virulence. And, given that email impersonating a trusted business partner is more likely to trick the target into taking an unauthorized action, it’s time to shine more light on the supply chain as an abuse vector.
Join Chris Montgomery, Proofpoint Principal Solution Architect, to review 2020 threats and discuss 2021 predictions. We’ll highlight:
Chris Montgomery is a Principal Solution Architect at Proofpoint, where he is responsible for the implementation and integration of all threat intelligence and intrusion detection solutions. In this role, he consults with security practitioners and OEM suppliers and focuses on utilizing threat intelligence to improve network security and the overall risk posture of an organization. Mr. Montgomery is a CCIE and holds several other industry certifications, including CISSP and ITIL.
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