Building and Maintaining an Effective Remote Access Strategy

The COVID-19 pandemic transformed enterprises into remote workplaces overnight, forcing IT organizations to revamp their computing and networking strategies on the fly. Some of the changes were intended to be temporary, and some rules were adopted without thinking through all the implications. With businesses moving to permanent work-from-home and hybrid work models, enterprise IT teams need to rebuild their security strategies and switch off temporary rules and controls. In this webinar, experts discuss how to rethink the remote computing architecture and adjust the rules to consider remote networking and access, all the while giving users safe access to corporate systems and data.

On Demand
1h 00min

Attendees can expect to learn about:

  • Remote work policies that safeguard identity, access and user data.
  • Balancing user convenience against security policies that satisfy the "C" suite.
  • Password and account management that are speedy, efficient and secure.
  • Handling the increased workload that comes with keeping remote workers’ data and devices secure.

Featured Speakers

  • Brad Causey
    Brad Causey
    Vice President of Offensive Security

    Brad Causey is an active member of the security and forensics community worldwide. Brad tends to focus his time on Web Application security as it applies to global and enterprise arenas. He is a member of the OWASP Global Projects Committee and the President of the International Information Systems Forensics Association chapter in Alabama. Brad is an avid author and writer with hundreds of publications and several books. Brad also holds dozens of industry recognized certificates such as CISSP, MCSE, C|EH, CIFI, and CGSP.

  • Nick Edwards
    Nick Edwards
    Vice President, Product
    Menlo Security

    Nick Edwards is VP of Product at Menlo Security where he runs a team dedicated to building solutions that make using the internet safe, seamless, and effective by securing the way people work. Previously, Nick was the founder and CEO of GradientOne Inc. He graduated with a BS in Control Systems Engineering from the US Naval Academy, and subsequently spent five years as a Submarine Officer on Los Angeles Class fast attack submarines. After the Navy, he attended Harvard Business School, where he earned an MBA, and has since been working for both startups and big companies in Silicon Valley, including Silver Tail Systems/RSA, the security division of EMC, Cisco Systems via the IronPort Systems acquisition, and Redback Networks.

  • Becky Bracken
    Becky Bracken
    Dark Reading

    Becky Bracken is a veteran journalist covering cybersecurity for Dark Reading.

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