May 31

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Recent studies have found attackers using multiple different methods to impact higher education institutions. And email is the common culprit that enables these advanced threats to breach campuses. Attackers continue to evolve their techniques to bypass even the latest email security tools, leaving institutions to deal with the often costly and time-consuming clean up. To fight back, institutions need a unified solution that solves the entire email threat problem covering both malware and malware-free threats. Join this webinar to learn how to build an advanced email security strategy that gives you visibility into threats and empowers you to proactively protect your campus.

Register now to learn:
• The latest email fraud techniques, including business email compromise (BEC), ransomware and sandbox-evasion threats
• Key steps to building an email security strategy that can adapt to and stop attacks before they reach the inbox
• How to respond to and mitigate security risks faster and more reliably at a reduced cost


Mark Guntrip

Mark Guntrip

Product Marketing Director, Email Security, Proofpoint

Mark Guntrip leads product marketing for Email Security solutions at Proofpoint., He brings over fifteen years experience in the enterprise security market where, through a range of roles including engineering, product management and product marketing. He has a proven track record of building success in new markets as well as promoting growth within more established areas. Prior to Proofpoint, Guntrip held various management roles within companies including Symantec, Cisco and Websense.

Guntrip earned his Master’s degree in Electronic Engineering from Southampton University, UK.

Jim Jorstad

Jim Jorstad — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Education

Jim Jorstad is a leading force in the innovative and effective use of technology and media for over twenty years. He holds a M.A. with honors in Instructional Design and Technology from the University of Iowa, and a B.S. with honors in Mass Communications. He currently is the Director of Client Services at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Jim is responsible for administration and budget for his unit, and maintaining exceptional technology services for faculty, staff, and students. He is very involved in the integration of technology into teaching and learning, faculty development, the creation and dissemination of social and rich media, learning space design, distance education, and involved in diverse innovative technology projects. In 2014, the Center for Digital Education presented Jim with the award for the Top 30 Technology Transformers in the United States.