EVENT OVERVIEW

CYBERSECURITY RISKS OF WORKING REMOTELY

The rise of Coronavirus has caused many organizations worldwide to transition their employees to work from home. While necessary to protect employees’ wellbeing in the time of a health crisis, remote work also facilitates cybersecurity threats that must not be ignored. Employees that are working from home need to be educated on the most important steps to take to avoid having their corporate devices or data compromised, especially when their organization has not had the time or resources to implement a strong set of remote work policies, technology, and training, which is the case for many organizations today caught off guard by the worldwide pandemic.

AGENDA

14:00 - Welcome Remarks & Introduction

Arrival of attendees via Smart Webinars

14:10 - 14:25 - Session 1 - Delegate Presentation

Accelerating the Adoption of Cyber Safe Behaviour when Working from Home

With the recent rapid and massive increase of Working from Home for employees, contractors and suppliers we are facing an unprecedented urgency in ensuring that ALL our “new” remote workers adopt Cyber Safe Behaviours and ALL our “experienced” remote workers get better at it. “ALL” remote workers are relevant since ANY behavior by ANYONE that is not Cyber Safe increases the attack surface and thus the risk of delivering another piece of the puzzle for effective compromise of our IT systems and IT products. This short presentation explores key adoption accelerators and the challenges of implementing these.

Speaker:

  • Oliver Schwabe, Global IT Risk and Compliance at Rolls-Royce
14:30 - 14:45 - Session 2 - Partner Presentation

RANSOMWARE ATTACKS AND INCIDENT RESPONSES

In information security, we have heard “the perimeter is dead” for years. That theory is being tested now that more people are working remotely than ever.

In recent weeks, the number of stories of ransomware attacks and other types of cybercrime has increased as the new reality is exploited by criminals. It shows us that the IT perimeter definitely exists. The real test now is to ensure business continuity while protecting the business outside the perimeter. Listen in for insights from Sam Curry on how to secure the remote workforce and gain actionable steps to apply immediately.

Speaker:

  • Sam Curry, CSO at Cybereason
14:45 -15:00 - Session 3 - Delegate Presentation

HOW THE MOVE TO CLOUD NATIVE WITH 5G IS HELPING SECURE THE PEOPLE THAT WORK REMOTELY

What we are seeing in terms of our development methodologies nowadays? This session aims to discuss how the move to cloud-native with 5G is helping secure that people can work from home, and how we are really at an inflection point in history? I'd like to share with you that as Head of Digital Security at Ericsson if this had happened during the change from 3g to 4g, the global Telco infrastructure would probably not have coped as well.

Speaker:

  • Brian O'Toole, Head of Digital Services Security at Ericsson
15:00 -15:30 - Session 4 - Open Discussions and Q&A

CYBERSECURITY RISKS OF WORKING REMOTELY

The rise of Coronavirus has caused many organizations worldwide to transition their employees to work from home. While necessary to protect employees’ wellbeing in the time of a health crisis, remote work also facilitates cybersecurity threats that must not be ignored. Employees that are working from home need to be educated on the most important steps to take to avoid having their corporate devices or data compromised, especially when their organization has not had the time or resources to implement a strong set of remote work policies, technology, and training, which is the case for many organizations today caught off guard by the worldwide pandemic.

Panel Questions:

  • What are the core cybersecurity risks of working from home and how can they be mitigated?
  • How to establish communication forums where remote employees can report potential issues?
  • What technologies and tools are recommended for establishing enabling secure remote work?
  • How can we disruptively accelerate Cyber Safe behaviors?
  • What are the core risks of working from home?
  • What have you seen happen in your environment?
  • What do you expect in phase 3?
  • Do you have changes in true positives and/or in false positives?
  • Are you having a new dialog with the business?
  • Have you done any tabletoping?
  • What technologies are central to your flexibility and continued operations?
    a. IT in general
    b. Security specifically
  • Is senior management attuned to the adaptive nature of risks and threat and are you talking regularly?
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