Ramp up your cybersecurity strategy in the era of remote working

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Thu, 8 October, 2020 | 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

The world has become accustomed to remote work, and companies have adapted to this change. However, working remotely—far from a permanent and secured perimeter—is exactly what hackers have been doing all along. Working in this type of environment is their forte.

Many organizations are only just beginning to realize the security risks associated with remote work. Cybercriminals have had this knowledge for a while, and they’re heavily banking on leveraging it. This is why it has become more important than ever that organizations fortify their security, especially for the remote workforce. It's crucial that IT teams ramp up their cybersecurity strategies and maintain the integrity of the IT infrastructure.

Join us for a virtual conference where IT experts are coming together to discuss the trending IT security practices and share use cases that will help you avoid falling victim.

Key points:

  • Increased security risk from remote working
  • Cyber security checklist for remote working
  • Key challenges related to BYOD in remote working conditions
  • Need for organisations to re-visit their Business continuity program
  • Updating BCPs and remote working policies/practices whilst prioritizing cyber security during post COVID-19 re-strategizing


Romanus Prabhu

Global Head - Technical Support, Unified Endpoint Management & Security, ManageEngine

Amit Phadnis

DC & Tools Transformation Practice Head


Kapil Uniyal

Vice President & Global HBU Head Infrastructure, Security and Cloud Technology Services, Birlasoft

Basant Kumar Chaturvedi

Perfetti Van Melle India

Sendil Kumar Venkatesan

Shriram Capital

Dharmesh Rathod

Head-Cyber Security,
Welspun Group

Girish Hadkar

Vice President and Head-IT,
Tata Realty & Infrastructure

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