Zero Trust, Zero Phish: Building resilience against multichannel threats

Phill Toms, SASE & Zero Trust Specialist EMEA, Cloudflare

As enterprise threats proliferate in type and scope, phishing threats maintain their position as a top concern for organizations of all sizes. Phishing attacks have grown in sophistication, so much so that traditional approaches to email security are no longer sufficient to prevent the most dangerous attacks – those designed specifically to target particular organizations as well as individual users. A recent Cloudflare-commissioned global Forrester Consulting survey found that, while firms are largely unprepared for phishing threats that engage users across various communication and collaboration channels, platforms that support a Zero Trust approach enable security decision-makers to minimize the risk of user exploitation, improve business resiliency, and strengthen customer trust and brand reputation. In this session with Phil, you\’ll learn more about the survey results and how organisations are leveraging Zero Trust to combat multichannel phishing threats.

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