That happened fast! Millions of workers have now been shifted to working remotely — and for much longer than anticipated. The new normal is quickly becoming the permanent normal. Meanwhile, attackers have stepped their efforts by an order of magnitude trying to take advantage of the situation.
Employees (and IT) have had to adjust to new models for remote work including being off the corporate network, using VPN to access corporate resources, adopting new and unfamiliar applications, and using corporate and personal devices in ways and from locations they have never used before.
Unfortunately, this dramatic shift has also poked an innumerable number of holes in every carefully crafted security program. While IT has scrambled to prioritize the enablement of remote workforces, this process has introduced or overlooked many usability and security best practices.
Join us for a discussion on key recommendations for securing remote work in the face of this new — and at least partially permanent — normal. We will discuss:
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