Misdirected emails are the top security threat according to the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) – and they’re a growing problem for housing associations.
Email communication has been increasingly relied upon during the COVID-19 pandemic, as housing associations continue to support large-scale remote working.
The chances of adding the wrong recipient or attaching the wrong document to an email have never been higher, putting service users’ personal information and special category data at risk of unauthorised access.
But the good news is, this is a problem that intelligent technology can now solve!
Join this session to hear from Egress’ Sales Manager, Jamie Davies and Chess’ Sales Director, Jez Turner as they discuss the email-borne threats housing associations face, why and how employees put sensitive data at risk, and how machine learning can prevent email data breaches and protect shared data.
- Learn why email is the biggest data security risk for housing associations
- Understand how large-scale remote working amplified this rise
- Hear about the limitations of legacy static technologies to prevent email data breaches
- Understand the role machine learning plays in making email safe
The webinar session is ideal for ICT professionals, Cybersecurity experts, Infrastructure and Systems support teams within Housing Associations.