Combating Digital Threats in the Modern Workplace

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The shift to flexible and hybrid working born out of the COVID-19 pandemic has been well-documented, and many organizations have now made this change a permanent one. They have successful adopted and incorporated remote access technologies and cloud-based software to allow employees to work virtually, from anywhere, and access company data at any time, on any device.

But, over two years since the start of the pandemic, have businesses’ security posture adapted accordingly? It is vital organizations understand the dramatic evolution in the cyber-threat landscape brought about by the changing nature of work, and update their security strategy.

In this session, a panel of experts will discuss the changing threat landscape, pinpointing the vectors organizations should be most concerned about. They will also give advice on best practices for defending against such threats.

Join this session to learn:

  • The top security trends impacting organizations
  • Tips to tackle security threats in a mobile, distributed workforce
  • How to implement zero trust network access effectively

Speakers

James Coker

Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

Suzan Sakarya

Senior Manager, EMEIA Security Sales, Jamf

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