Threats at the Kitchen Table: Balancing Security and Usability in Remote Workforces
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Sponsored by Immersive Labs
Wednesday, November 11, 2020
11 a.m. ET
What You’ll Learn in This Webinar
The tightrope between security and usability is nothing new, but recent events have propelled it to the fore. When the corporate world was forced out of offices and into kitchens, studies and bedrooms, businesses had to peer under every rug for the remote working policies and plans they should have made. Now, as the second wave of you know what begins, it’s clear that balancing remote working and cybersecurity is a perennial issue – and it’s here to stay.
In Immersive Labs’ latest interactive crisis simulation webinar, your organization faces an imminent switch to 100% remote working – and it’s up to you to make it happen. As head of IT for a wealth management firm, you have to balance the cybersecurity needs of the business with operations and efficiency, while preparing a workforce that has never worked remotely to make the switch. Join Chris Pace, tech advocate, and Paul Bentham, chief product officer, as they navigate the balancing act that businesses around the world are now facing.
As the scenario unfolds, you’ll get your say on how the team should prepare. You’ll see the impact of your decisions on factors like operational effectiveness, security and communication quality. You’ll emerge with an understanding of:
The challenges facing businesses and security teams
The risks in getting the balance wrong
The importance of communication
Technology Advocate - Immersive Labs
Chris Pace serves as Technology Advocate for Immersive Labs, working to engage organizations with the power of human cyber readiness. Prior to beginning his career in information security, Pace trained as a broadcast journalist. He has additional experience working in IT departments in both the public and private sectors.
Chief Product Officer - Immersive Labs
Paul Bentham is the Chief Product Officer at Immersive Labs. Following a 12 year career at GCHQ covering technical leadership and direction on topics ranging from high-speed packet processing to cyber test ranges, he added business growth experience working with cybersecurity information sharing specialists, Surevine. Bringing together his 16 years of experience together, Paul leads on making sure Immersive Labs continues to delight its users.
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