JPMorgan Chase Awarded Project of the Year
JPMorgan Chase was awarded the Northeast 2012 Information Security Project of the Year Award for the “JPMC Trusted Email Registry,” a project based on their implementation of the Agari Email Trust Network.
From this project, JPMC management learned that of the nearly 4 billion emails sent each year purporting to be from JPMC, over 600 million (15%) are phish and other malicious emails sent by cyber criminals, not JPMC.
The Agari Email Trust Network has enabled JPMC to block these malicious emails, resulting in
- Protection for over 2 billion consumers (both customers and potential customers),
- Preventing over $2 million in damages to potential victims, not to mention the associated cost to JPMC
- Preserving the strong JP Morgan Chase brand and
- Increasing the lift in email marketing
About the ISE Award Program
The ISE® Northeast Project of the Year Award recognizes the information security executives and their teams who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in risk management, data asset protection, regulatory compliance, privacy, and network security. The Information Security Executive (ISE) Awards are sponsored by T.E.N., a national technology and information security executive networking and relationship-marketing firm.