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The correct method for a decent in depth defence strategy is to rely on people, process and technology. But what if the technology doesn’t work for the people, and they end up not using it or even finding ways to work around your investment just to be able to do their jobs?

Despite more focus on the insider threat and increased investment in training and technology in this space the numbers of data breach cases seem to be increasing. This webinar will look at ways to heal the disconnect between users and technology, how your technology can support users and your responsibility to protect your staff.

Key takeaways:

  • Is a data security strategy possible if data breaches keep on happening?
  • How to identify and heal the disconnect between technology and staff
  • Measuring whether you’re doing enough to protect your staff
  • How to make your technology work for you

Speakers

Maxine Holt

Principal Analyst, Information Security Forum

Joe Lubelczyk

Data Security Specialist, Egress Software Technologies Ltd

    Dan  Raywood

    Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

    Adrian Sanabria

    Research Director and Co-Founder of Savage Security