Responding to the New Normal:
How to Prevent Added Security Risk in Your Business
New cybersecurity threats are emerging and are here to stay. Take a look at the new normal and what it means for your security posture.
How to protect against new threats in the post-COVID-19 reality
With more employees than ever working remotely, there are numerous potential new risks and threats that organizations must be aware of today. In this 45-minute webinar, our security experts will lead you through five top-of-mind concerns that executives and IT leaders must address. They’ll show you actionable steps to help expose new security liabilities, and then advise you on how to protect against them.
#1. Enforcing Ongoing Cybersecurity Awareness: Now that millions of people are working from home, it is essential that companies heavily enforce their cybersecurity policies and practices.
#2. Leveraging Secure Connections: It is highly possible that many remote workers are using connections that are not secure to connect to company networks. This opens organizations up to potential breaches and gives inroads to potential attackers.
#3. Prioritizing Data Encryption: With so many interactions over email or chat that occur each day within your organization, it can be easy to forget when working from home the importance of encrypting confidential information.
#4. Ensuring Strong Password Management and Authentication: With so many applications and devices, it can be difficult for organizations to ensure employees are adhering to password policies.
#5: Overseeing Personal and Mobile Device Security: Companies must also recognize there is an increased risk for malware on mobile and personal devices, especially with such a wide range of operating systems and platforms.
- How data and information security priorities have dramatically changed for organizations big and small
- How to flex security policy and procedures to accommodate an elastic workforce
- New threats emerging and those are here to stay
- How to establish a zero-trust framework
- Security governance for collaboration tools
- The new normal for accessing the company network, systems, and data