Businesses today face security challenges that they were not previously equipped for. Remote working is now the new normal and experts are projecting it to continue well after COVID-19 has left, amplifying new IT security risks.
In this webinar, we will address the pre-existing IT security threats and provide a summary of the latest threats posing a risk to businesses as their remote workforce grows.
When: 13th of August 2020
Time: 2:00pm AEST (approx. 45 Mins)
Where: Online via Webex
An overview of why securing your remote workforce is required
An overview of the latest cybersecurity threats facing businesses
An overview of why it's important to lock down your networks
A demo of Cisco's suite of products for secure remote working
A 4-staged implementation plan for remote workforce security (unmissable)
Introduction to Netway Networks, Cisco and the PNORS Technology Group
Overview of the security threats
The IT Security landscape before COVID-19
The new vulnerabilities introduced due to remote working
How businesses can protect their IT systems, data and security going forward
The four stages of securing your workforce
Cisco secure remote workforce demo
Overview of the product stack as a whole
Features of key applications
Who should attend?
This session is open to everyone as it is not overly technical but important for all departments. Here is who we recommend:
Any level of IT support or management looking to increase your security.
To ensure that business proceeds as normal, it's important for management and operations to attend.
This is a perfect webinar for executives as business continuity during COVID-19 is one of the highest trending issues.
If you are looking to build a continuity plan well past COVID-19, all level of decision-makers are welcomed.
With over 10 years of experience working across various IT system design, implementation and support Nick’s background includes management and sales roles in marketing and communications, IT hardware supply and maintenance, Unified Communications and roles with telcos including Telstra, Primus Telecom and AAPT.