Working from home safely

How to protect our companies in the new era of telework

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Due to the situation generated by COVID-19, most companies have been forced to suddenly adopt teleworking, with various difficulties depending on their type of activity and degree of digital maturity.

However, the organizations that have been able to make this abrupt change towards teleworking have generally done so without being fully prepared, in logical haste, ignoring key aspects of security and without the necessary guarantees, a situation that is being exploited by cybercriminals with success. For all of the above, after several weeks of teleworking and adaptation, security has become the next issue for companies to solve.

In order to help in this key step, we have prepared a live demo webinar in which we will discuss the most common attacks that companies are experiencing in this specific teleworking scenario (most without knowing it) and how we must protect ourselves to avoid them. .

Following the line of our face-to-face events, the webinar will not be technical , so it is aimed at both IT staff and those responsible for your organization , since apart from seeing understandable demos, they will be able to discover how to know the risks their organization, their level of defense, if they are being attacked and if there could be someone "inside" without knowing it.

Webinar agenda

  • The essential steps to enable security in teleworking.
  • Demo 1: Work from home using secure corporate equipment. If possible.
  • Demo 2: How to work safely, from home, using personal computers. If possible.
  • How to know the level of security incident risk in our company, in real time.
  • Question Time

How and when?

When : Next Wednesday , May 13 , at 12: 00h
How : Online through Teams LiveEvents (attendees do NOT need to have Teams installed on their computers, a browser is enough)
Duration : 1 hour (plus question time).

Sign up! Wednesday , May 13 , at 12: 00h

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