How to Empower Your Employees and Manage Risk in the Modern Workplace

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Modernizing your workplace through the adoption of mobile and cloud technologies can be a liberating experience for both IT professionals and employees. Yet, as more of your critical assets leave the well-fortified perimeter, workers, systems and business data are exposed to new risks – mobility has changed the workplace. As your business embraces this untethered freedom, make sure you keep workers protected and compliant with business policies and industry regulations.

Join us as we explore:

  • Key challenges faced by many organizations as they enable remote work
  • Recommendations for managing company devices and mobile data connections
  • Best practices for securing remote workers and their access to company applications
  • Tips for operationalizing security in distributed organizations

Speakers

Regina  Bluman

Security Programme Manager, Algolia

    Michael Covington

    VP of Product Strategy, Jamf

      Benjamin David

      Deputy Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

      Donald Good

      Managing Director, FTI Consulting

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