CSARN Pandemic Briefing #2 / Securing the Home Office


Location : Online Webinar
Date: 21st May 2020
Time: 11:00 am - 12:00 am

    Government regulations have forced millions to operate from home in order to maintain business or operations. This has presented a multitude of challenges, not least of which relates to information technology security.

    Organisations have had to adapt rapidly in order to maintain business continuity. IT departments have been stretched as they meet demand and provide solutions to maintain the integrity of systems not designed for such extensive remote working. Simultaneously the workforce has hunkered down at home and rushed to use corporate equipment or even their own devices. There has been a dramatic increase in video conferencing and use of related apps, some of which have been used on personal devices or outside of standard corporate systems and a number have presented security concerns. In the midst of all this criminals and those with hostile intent have endeavoured to exploit the new environment.

    How do security and resilience professionals adapt in this era? How are systems, intellectual property and commercially sensitive material protected? How do we ensure that our people operate safely and maintain vigilance?

    This essential CSARN briefing, responding to members’ feedback, will bring together thought leaders, subject matter experts practitioners. Solutions, options and consequences will be presented so that delegates are better prepared to adapt and survive.

      Confirmed Speakers:

      Sarah Armstrong-Smith /
      Chief Security Advisor - Microsoft
      "Best practice for maintaining productivity and securing remote access"

      Sarah Janes / 
      MD, Layer 8 Ltd
      "Cooking up a conversation: 3 essential ingredients for creating secure cultures"

      Chris Parker /
      Director, Cyberplus Ltd
      "Cyber Security for Home Offices"

      Delegate Fee

      CSARN Members | FREE

      Standard Fee | FREE

      Public Sector | FREE

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