Live event participants can earn up to 1 CPE credit in the Specialized Knowledge field of study.
Join our webinar as we discuss the current categories of cyberattacks, how preexisting cyber laws apply to a remote-work environment, and the necessary security safeguards you should have in place to secure your highly vulnerable remote workers.Program level:
Current or past experience with cybersecurity planning and implementation issues.Advanced Preparation:
None required.Topics to be discussed include:
- How a risk-based assessment of technologies and processes can help identify security gaps, particularly those related to remote access
- How to enhance your network monitoring for early detection of anomalous activity
- How to evaluate the security risks to your clients and third parties
- What should be included in incident-response plans to factor in a remote workspace
- Potential legal and privacy implications due to a remote workspace transition
- What should be part of an ongoing plan to manage the cultural changes created by a large-scale remote-work program
Instructional Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Who Should Attend: Professionals in the cybersecurity and privacy industries, as well as C-Suite personnel who are interested in learning more about cybersecurity policies in the remote-work environment.
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