Your organization has set up security and privacy controls that were effective when employees worked out of your physical offices. But when all employees are conducting business from home, it is necessary to reexamine how you’re protecting the networks and devices employees use to conduct business. For instance, are your employees accessing sensitive data via unsecured wifi networks? Are they using personal devices to do work?
Established security standards like SOC 2 and ISO 27001 require that organizations re-assess risks on a regular basis and implement reasonable security measures to mitigate the risks that can lead to a data breach. Even if your business was compliant at the start of the year, you may be out of compliance now with most staff working from home.
In this webinar, we address the key security risks associated with remote work and BYOD environments, new security gaps organizations may now have, and how your organization can be continuously secured and compliant in the new environment without having to do more work.
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Seasoned tech & security industry executive, Frances Dewing is CEO of Rubica, a high-growth venture-backed company bringing advanced cybersecurity protection to mobile devices and remote working professionals. Rubica is the first consumer-friendly but enterprise-grade cybersecurity product mobile-first and privacy-first. She regularly consults with boards, Fortune 100 executives, and private client groups on cybersecurity issues and best practices.
Craig is the founder and CEO of Hyperproof, an innovative continuous compliance SaaS company based in Bellevue, WA. Prior to founding Hyperproof, Craig founded Azuqua and was a leader at Microsoft where he led the development of Microsoft Dynamics, Access, and Excel. He has 26 years of experience building software used around the world. Craig loves technology and he is addicted to designing software that delights and disrupts.