The Human Factor 2022
Recorded live on June 9th, 2022
Why Your People Are the Most Critical Variable in Today's Cyber Threats
The Human Factor 2022 is the industry’s most comprehensive analysis of people-based cybersecurity risk. The report is the culmination of a year’s worth of threat research and insights drawn from more than 5 billion email messages, 35 billion URLs, 200 million attachments, 35 million cloud accounts and 1.7 billion suspicious SMS messages. It reveals surprising trends and offers actionable insight that sheds light on the nature of today’s cyber threats.
Join our Threat Detection team for a special 45-minute webinar where we'll examine key findings from the new report.
In this session, you will learn about:
- The developing relationship between cyber criminal groups and what it means for the rest of us
- How a people-centric defense can make users more resilient, mitigate attacks and manage privilege
- The threats detected, mitigated and resolved during 2021 and our deployments
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VP of Threat Research and Detection
Sherrod is the VP of Threat Research and Detection leading a worldwide malware research team to advance Proofpoint threat intelligence and keep organizations safe from cyberattacks. Sherrod directs her 24/7/365 team to investigate advanced threats, deliver protections to customers daily, and create scalable threat intelligence solutions that integrate directly into Proofpoint products. Sherrod has been with Proofpoint for five years and has over fifteen years of information security experience.
Senior Threat Researcher
Daniel Blackford is a Senior Threat Researcher at Proofpoint. He spends his days hunting through massive amounts of maliflow 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.