Breakfast Seminar focusing on challenges within the Professional Services Environment
 
Breakfast Seminar focusing on challenges within the Professional Services Environment
 
Secure Email & Accidental Data Leakage

Egress gives you the tools to predict and prevent data breaches, especially breaches caused by the insider threat
Got that sinking feeling?
Date/Time: 23rd May 2019, 8:30am
Venue: Spencer Hotel, Dublin,
  • We’ve all been there. That moment when you realise you’ve sent an email to the wrong person.
     
  • Email accidents lead to data loss. Data breaches accidentally caused by people inside organisations are becoming much more common.
     
  • But attention is elsewhere. Even though everyone has misaddressed an email or received one not meant for them, organisations focus their energies on external data threats.
 
  • The stats don’t lie. 86% of breached records in 2017 were a direct result of accidental loss.
 

More information can be found in our research report and white papers.


 
Secure Email & Accidental Data Leakage
Understand the risks
  • Accidents happen. Data loss caused by human error is difficult to spot, and even harder to stop.
     
  • The stakes are high. Data protection regulation, especially the EU GDPR, brings urgency to the challenge of protecting against all kinds of data breaches.
     
  • Predicting the unpredictable. Existing technology solutions are good at tackling run of the mill data security risks, but the insider threat is by its nature unpredictable.
The right way to stop data loss
  • Data breaches keep happening. Whether it’s hacking, misaddressed emails or unencrypted files, data breaches threaten all organisations.
     
  • The problem is getting worse. In the first half of 2017 there were more breaches than the whole of 2016.
     
  • EU GDPR raises the stakes. Data loss has even greater financial penalties and reputational damage.
     
  • Time for an holistic approach. With so many ways to lose data, an all-inclusive approach is necessary to protect all types of information.
     

Find out how to protect against the insider threat with our
white paper

Event Agenda
  • 8:30am: Registration
     
  • 9:00am: Introduction to Egress: Kelly Mccann- Egress
     
  • 9:15am: Egress Customer Case Study  
     
  • 9:45am:  Technical/ Product Discussion: James Sheldrake-                      Egress 
     
  • 10:00 am: Panel Discussion:  
                     James Sheldrake-Egress 
                     Kelly Mccann- Egress
                     Customer (TBA)
                     Norman Newell-Renaissance,
 
  • 10:30am: Q&A
     
  • 11:00am: Close
Our Speakers
 
Kelly McCann, Sales Director- Egress
Kelly joined Egress in 2007 and is responsible for all Sales operations across the UK and Ireland. Previously, Kelly held senior management roles at British-owned data security company Reflex Magnetics, as well as at Pointsec Mobile Technologies and Check Point Software Technologies. Kelly has over 20 years’ experience in delivering data security solutions to a variety of different customers across commercial and public organisations in the UK. Kelly is a regular speaker at events, sharing her views and expertise in the data security field.
James Sheldrake, Enterprise Sales Engineer -Egress 
An experienced member of the Egress technical team, James uses his considerable information security expertise to help enterprise organisations to achieve key business aims by overcoming secure data sharing and collaboration challenges. James provides technical support and guidance when implementing technology in complex networks. Working heavily alongside sales and strategic personnel at Egress, James plays an integral part in the delivery of an innovative data security platform designed to mitigate risk by enabling users to securely share all forms of electronic data.
Norman Newell, Director- Renaissance
Renaissance has been supporting Vendors, partners and end users in Ireland for 30+ years, and as the Sales Director at Renaissance for the past 10 years, Norman is committed to advancing the security of businesses and organisations through cyber education, awareness and technologies. His goal is to help you grow your business through the supply of world class cyber solutions, coupled with pre and post-sales support frameworks. Norman was instrumental in the introduction of Ireland's 1st Cyber Security & Data Compliance Expo - CyberExpoIreland.
The Location
The Spencer Hotel Dublin is located in the heart of Dublin City Centre in the IFSC, Dublin 1. The hotel is easily accessible from Dublin Airport by car or by bus. Check out our map from Dublin Airport to The Spencer Hotel. With secure underground carparking. 

By Luas: The Spencer Hotel is located a 2 minute walk from the Luas red line, on the Mayor Square – NCI Luas stop with the Luas arriving approx every 10 mins during peak times. There are two main lines for the Luas, the red line and the green line. The red line, which is located very close to The Spencer, services stops such as Abbey Street, Four Courts, Smithfield, and Heuston Station, then continues on to Red Cow and then either Saggart or Tallaght. If you are going to a gig in the 3Arena (The Point stop) you can jump on a Luas and get there in a few minutes from the Mayor Square stop. 
Renaissance Contingency Services Ltd is registered with WEEE Register Society Limited in accordance with the provisions of article 12 of European Union (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Regulations 2014 (S.I. No 149 of 2014)
Reg Number IE 01501W.
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Registered in Dublin No. 118243
Tel: +353 (1) 2809410      Email: info@renaissance.ie