Virtual Submerge – excitement and a consensus:

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We‘ve closed the curtain on Virtual Submerge 2020, but our collective work is nowhere near done. The engagement in our breakout sessions and solutions center demos, as well as the feedback we receivedclearly conveyed that enterprises are continuing to struggle identifying and removing phish from their environments. 

During the event we received questions from, and chatted with, security experts from around the globe, including representatives of governments, security firms, nonprofits and enterprises. Take a look at a sampling of the comments, below, and in the social images in the sidebar.

  •  “I just wanted to pass along my compliments to Rohyt Belani and Aaron for the Keynotes…the Keynotes were both awesome! Great information and great styles from both.”
  • “I really liked the presentation on ‘How to Reach a 0% click rate.’…top notch job.”
  • “I am interested in catching phish that get by our secure email gateway, especially those leveraging O365 framework…tell me what we need…”

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The Virtual Submerge sessions will be available for the next 30 days. If you’d like to view sessions again, or know others that might be interested, you can register here.

Thanks to everyone who joined. We look forward to the next time!

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