Reimagine Your Security Strategy to Include Mail-based Threats [Webinar]

When:  Dec 1, 2022 from 11:00 to 12:00 (ET)
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Description

Leverage best-practice procedures, expert insights, and technology for highly effective, enterprise-wide mail security

As bad actors increasingly use postal mail to distribute threats such as, dangerous substances and contraband, more companies are evaluating their corporate security strategy on how to best include threats of these types.

Using postal mail to infiltrate security protocols is attractive because it’s inexpensive, anonymous, and for the most part – unexpected. Some of the largest and theoretically the most secure organizations – Apple, Facebook, JP Morgan, and more – have been victims of mail-based attacks. The victims of mail attacks face significant business disruptions, leading to millions of dollars in damages.  Decontaminating a mid-size corporate headquarters after a powder attack can cost up to $32M or more.  Or an unexpected shut-down of a data center because of a suspicious package can result in millions in lost business per hour.

It doesn’t have to be this way, as the latest imaging technology and installation of comprehensive incident response plans will close vulnerabilities and protect from the potentially dangerous yet innocuous postal mail.

RaySecur has worked with a number of Fortune 2000 organizations to develop best practice mail security procedures.  Used in conjunction with leading-edge imaging technology it results in an effective mail screening solution that seamlessly fits into the larger security objective. 

During the webinar, CSO William Plummer, a former military EOD specialist, Rebecca LaFosse, a former narcotics SME and Trainer, will discuss their experiences with mail-based threats, what led to these gaps and why focusing on mail security will provide long-term benefit and protection.

Executives in charge of physical security will walk away with:

  1. Insights on recent mail threat data and statistics for the US and international regions
  2. Tools to diagnose existing security vulnerabilities in hybrid, or remote, work environments
  3. Steps to incorporate mail-based threats into the overall corporate security strategy
  4. Understanding risk assessment and remediation tactics to reduce the risk for new and emerging mail-borne threats

Presenters*

  1. Will Plummer, CSO, RaySecur
  2. Rebecca LaFosse, Narcotics SME and Trainer, RaySecur
  3. TJ Kelly, Moderator

*Note:  Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.

Credit Information

Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit.  CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion.  Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.