Securing Office 365: Live Hacks and Best Practices

Date

September 17, 2020

Thursday

Date

1:00pm

EDT

Date

Free

A Liongard and SKOUT Webinar

WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN US?

LIVE HACKING DEMOS

This webinar will show how hackers break into businesses to steal information and money using phishing tactics.

BEST PRACTICES

Leave this webinar with actionable advice that you can use to protect your business and the people you care about most.

BRIEF PRODUCT DEMOS

Learn about the products and services that will save you from cyber attacks.

WEBINAR DESCRIPTION

Join Liongard and SKOUT September 17th for a webinar all about Office 365 security and management for MSPs. The informative webinar will cover the current cyber landscape, drilling down specifically to the risks associate with Business Email Compromise (BEC) and how they affect MSPs. Our teams will be demoing live hacks, showing how bad actors phish, spoof, and create malicious email forwarding rules to target businesses for financial gain. Following the hacking demos, we will review best practices to ensure that your MSP and customers are protected. Both SKOUT and Liongard will also demo their respective MSP products related to Office 365 at the end of the webinar.

Every attendee will be entered into a drawing for $100 in Amazon Gift Card prizes. Register today for your chance to win!

SPEAKERS

Scott Davis

Scott R. Davis, is an innovative senior technology professional with over twenty years in leading IT infrastructure and network security compliance for businesses of all sizes.  Scott has joined Liongard as a Sales engineer, bringing his in-depth knowledge of multi-year business planning, cybersecurity planning, technology documentation, workflow design, project management, and network design to MSPs around the globe.

Kevin Williams

Kevin is a Cybersecurity Sales Engineer at SKOUT Cybersecurity. Kevin’s primary focus is on emerging technology issues and privacy concerns for organizations.

James Hatzell

James Hatzell is a channel marketing professional with hands on experience in IT and cybersecurity. As Director of Marketing for SKOUT CYBERSECURITY, James uses his technical and marketing knowledge to build content and tools to help MSPs sell cybersecurity as a service. Prior to his time at SKOUT, James served as the CTO for a healthcare start-up and holds degrees in both Information Sciences and Cybersecurity from Penn State University.

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Scott Davis

Sales Engineer, Liongard

James Hatzell

Director of Marketing, SKOUT Cybersecurity

Kevin Williams

Sales Engineer, SKOUT Cybersecurity