The impact of COVID-19 is changing the way the world does business. In-person gatherings have been replaced by conference calls and virtual meetings to slow the spread and practise responsible social distancing. As the workforce adapts to this reality, organisations need to ensure a safe and secure environment for their employees and stakeholders to connect, collaborate and communicate. The risk landscape has changed, and organisations must change with it to continue to function. In this webinar, we will discuss key challenges and corresponding priorities organisations may consider while transitioning to a remote workforce.
Following this webinar, you will be able to:
- Describe key security risks for a remote workforce
- Give examples of how threat actors are targeting remote staff
- Identify technologies and processes that enable the remote workforce
- Summarise methods organisations can take to secure its employees and monitor for malicious attacks
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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Original Webinar Details:
Date: April 21, 2020 | Duration: 1 hour
David is a Managing Director based in Protiviti’s Orlando office. He has more than 20 years of experience in information security and IT Audit. He is a former federal agent and Computer Crime Investigator (CCI) for NASA’s Inspector General and for the United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI). As a CCI, David investigated computer intrusions and other violations of law relating to computer and communications systems. David leads the Florida IT Consulting and IT Audit practises and has assessed Information Technology related controls, reviewed security programmes and responded to security incidents at companies across the country.
Mike is a Director in Protiviti’s Orlando office. His main focus areas are PCI-DSS assessments, penetration testing, IT SOX, incident response & computer forensics, and information security reviews. Mike has experience serving clients across multiple industries, including: hospitality, healthcare (payer and provider), financial services, insurance, and restaurant & retail. Mike has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science from the University of Central Florida, and a Graduate Certificate in Computer Forensics, also from the University of Central Florida.
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.
Uriah is a Manager in the Protiviti IT Consulting practise, specialising in information security and data privacy. Prior to joining Protiviti, Uriah gained over 15 years of experience in the areas of incident response, threat hunting operations, breach analysis, network penetration, and vulnerability assessment during his time with the Department of Defense, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and ATS. During his time with Protiviti, he has furthered this expertise through work with a wide variety of Protiviti’s client base.