Careers, Social engineering

Mimecast Awareness Training Philosophy – Emily Huynh, Mandy McKenzie – ESW #211

When you roll-out the Mimecast Awareness Training best practices to your organization and embrace your employees, you will achieve something magical - employees who become an extension of your security team. Remember security is a team sport which requires the hearts of your employees and the minds of all. So, when do you that you’re successful? One, would be when your employees recognize threats and share it with others in the office to not click on malicious items, creating community defense. The other, is when your employees are taking their best practices home to train their families. More importantly, it is when your company as a whole is excited about cyber security and see it as an enabler and fun!

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Guests

Emily Huynh
Emily Huynh
Global Director of Emerging Product Sales at Mimecast

Emily Huynh has been with Mimecast for 8 years. She reports directly to Mimecast’s Chief Revenue Officer as the Global Director of Emerging Product Sales focused on High Growth Products (Awareness Training, DMARC and Brand Exploit Protect). Emily has been responsible for the Mimecast Awareness Training sales since the acquisition of Ataata over two years ago and seen tremendous growth in this vital segment of the cybersecurity market.

Mandy McKenzie
Mandy McKenzie
Director of Product Management, Awareness Training at Mimecast

Mandy joined Mimecast in 2019 and is excited to be part of the Awareness Training product team that helps customers change culture and behavior within their organizations to make their users more effective allies of their critical security program.

Hosts

Paul Asadoorian
Paul Asadoorian
Founder at Security Weekly
Adrian Sanabria
Adrian Sanabria
Director of Product Management at Tenchi Security
Matt Alderman
Matt Alderman
VP, Product at Living Security
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