How are security best practices and culture impacted in the new normal, as we adjust to maintaining remote working and plan for future resilience? Cyber security should remain at the
How are security best practices and culture impacted in the new normal, as we adjust to maintaining remote working and plan for future resilience?
Cyber security should remain at the forefront, at a time when staff locations, security setups and processes have changed. Measures must be put in place to manage and maintain long-term security of this setup. Strategies must be created to plan for any incidents and to structure cyber budgets, while economies are being made elsewhere for business continuity. As we ease into the routine of remote working, which looks like it will occupy our foreseeable future, we cannot become complacent.
Come along to our webinar on Wednesday 3rd June where we explore these topics and more, with a panel made up of leading experts in the cyber security community.
We’ll be joined by Brian Boyd of I-confidential, who will cover the matter of optimising cyber budgets during the current climate and how to make the case for retaining these.
OSP Cyber Academy’s Irene Coyle will delve into the idea of maintaining a security culture in the workplace, whilst no-one is in the workplace.
And finally, Sandy Forrest and Gareth Lawrence of Atos will discuss future resilience and how we can learn from the present situation, as well as the importance of major incident planning.
To book your place, follow the Learn More link below
(Wednesday) 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
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