The Remote Workplace: Managing the New Threat Landscape with ISO 27001

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Many organizations around the world have had to quickly pivot and introduce online and digital channels for working and delivering services. Adding remote working and new systems and platforms have introduced risks, threats and vulnerabilities to information security frameworks. Regardless of industry, at least some degree of remote-working and digital transformation is here to stay. 
In this webinar, we will discuss the new threat landscape and consider the importance of cyber and information security standards such as ISO 27001, and how this and other certifications can be leveraged to manage risks.
Key takeaways

  • What organizations need to know about how to safely conduct business remotely
  • What steps they can take to mitigate the risk to their business and information assets
  • How ISO 27001 can help reduce and manage information security risks
  • Maintaining compliance with security certifications during the pandemic


Paul Raines

Chief Information Security Officer, U.N. Development Programme

    Joyce van Luijn-Bonneveld

    Sr. Lead Auditor, Information & Cyber Security, Lloyd's Register

      Stuart Wright

      Global Head of GRC, Nettitude

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