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Solving the ‘Work Anywhere and Access Everything’ Security Challenge


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The corporate world has changed in many ways; some changes were forced, some desired. The end user experience of working within an organization, no matter the size, is now paramount to the success of that company.

The corporate end user today has many expectations that they might not have had years ago, including the freedom to choose where they work and which tools to use to get their job done. With this freedom came data challenges; gone are the days of backhauling traffic to implement control and security.

With more than half of employees now working remotely and over 40% expecting this to last for at least the next year, the way companies organize and implement their security operations must also change to meet the needs of their end users without compromising security. In this presentation you will learn:

  • How remote and hybrid work has impacted your end users, security and IT teams
  • How to implement effective threat prevention
  • Different strategies for working smarter, not harder, when deploying security controls
Eric Schwake
Sr. Manager of Cybersecurity Strategy - Menlo Security
Eric Schwake is a Principal Product Marketing Manager for Menlo Security solution stack.  Before coming to Menlo Security, Eric worked with the security products at Proofpoint and covered security products at Cisco and Symantec before that. Eric has more than 17 years of information security experience in a range of positions from technical support to sales and product marketing. Eric holds a CISSP certification.

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