The current pandemic is impacting global markets, businesses, and individuals. Right on cue, threat actors are taking advantage of the chaos and uncertainty by unleashing a torrent of social engineering and phishing scams. Further complicating matters, moving to a fully remote workforce calls for simultaneously modifying technology, capacity, and policy. This situation has made it easier for threat actors to compromise the security of your users and organisation. In this webinar, cybersecurity practitioners will discuss real-time insights about how organisations are tackling these security challenges, and how these changes will impact organisations going forward.
Following this webinar, you will be able to:
- Outline measures to address cybersecurity threats to an organisation’s remote workforce
- Describe how organisations have handled technology, capacity, and policy challenges in the face of current events
- Explain how the impacts of COVID-19 may result in lasting changes to an organisation’s information security programme
1 CPE credit available for live attendees only.
No prerequisites required. Level: basic. Field of study: Information Technology. Instruction delivery method: Group Internet Based.
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Chip is a Managing Director in Protiviti’s Technology Consulting practise focusing on IT Security & Privacy solutions. He serves as the lead for all Payment Card Industry and Healthcare Information Security engagements in Protiviti’s Central region as well as supporting clients via the broad spectrum of Protiviti security and privacy offerings. Chip has worked specifically with complex organisations managing security compliance requirements in cloud-based environments including Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. For over 12 years, Chip has executed a variety of consulting engagements for clients across multiple industries with a focus on enabling IT organisations through effective strategy and strong security.
Nick Puetz is a Managing Director in Protiviti’s Security Programme & Strategy practise and has 19 years of experience in cybersecurity and technology consulting. Prior to joining Protiviti, Nick was Global Vice President of Customer Success and Services at Netskope where he oversaw all client engagement activities, onboarding, professional services, and team development. Earlier, Nick served in a similar role as Vice President of Customer Success at RiskIQ where he was accountable for post-sales customer engagement and the customer journey strategy. Nick holds an MBA from New York Institute of Technology and a bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.
Jon is a Director in Protiviti's IT Consulting Practise in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has over 8 years of experience in information security architecture, cloud security, network design and engineering, offensive and defensive cyber security, disaster recovery, and DOD and Government solutions. Jon also holds the GIAC Certified Enterprise Defender, Intrusion Analyst, Forensic Examiner, Systems and Network Auditor, and Incident Handler Certifications.
Megha is a Senior Manager in Protiviti’s Information Security and Privacy practise in Orlando, Florida. She has a strong background in Information Security and IT consulting experience across multiple industries, including eCommerce, Healthcare, Theme Parks and Entertainment, Hospitality, Banking, Retail, and Insurance. Megha manages and leads IT Security and Privacy engagements, specialising in topics such as Cloud Security, IoT Security, Software Defined Networks (SDN), Citrix security, mobile device management solutions, network architecture, identity and access management, vulnerability assessments and penetration testing, social engineering, vendor management, incident response, end-to-end encryption, tokenisation, and EMV chip card technology. Megha has experience in conducting assignments based on various industry standards, including Cloud Security Alliance Cloud Control Matrix (CSA CCM), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS), Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), among others. She is a member of ISSA and ISACA.
Roger is a Senior Manager in Protiviti's IT Consulting Practise and works in the Security & Privacy Practise in the Seattle area. He has over twenty years of experience and broad-based expertise safeguarding critical and confidential applications, systems, and infrastructure for Fortune 500 corporations. This experience includes information security architecture, cloud security architecture, cloud infrastructure operations, hybrid connectivity, hybrid infrastructure architecture. Roger holds the AWS Certified Security Specialty and Certified Solutions Architect (Associate) certifications.