On the Go: Achieving Consistent Security Whether Working from Home or the Office

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About this webinar

After an extended Work From Home period, many organizations are now planning their employees’ return to the office. But they are also planning a future with hybrid model of enabling employees to both work from remote locations and work from the office. However, with the potential to dramatically broaden attack surfaces, it’s important to make sure that employees do not inadvertently pollute the organizational network with unsafe endpoints, VPN or Internet connections.
So how do you make sure the transition between home and office is smooth and safe? The answer lies in getting to zero, by applying a zero-time approach to all threats and a zero-trust approach to all users.

After this webinar, you will:

  • Find out about secure resources you can offer employees regardless of where they are located
  • Learn about stepping up security controls in light of zero trust and zero-time best practices
  • Learn how to adapt to managing different risk levels
  • Find out how to use deep learning to bolster your zero time / zero trust defences

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About Our Speakers

Chris Sherman

Chris Sherman, Senior Analyst Serving Security & Risk Proffesionals at Forrester

Chris is a senior analyst serving Security & Risk (S&R) Professionals. His research focuses on helping S&R pros make strategic decisions regarding endpoint security (laptops, PCs, smartphones, and tablets) and data privacy, such as how to secure employee-owned devices while meeting industry compliance standards. Chris also leads Forrester's healthcare infosec coverage and has published multiple reports on budgets, priorities, and best practices within the areas of healthcare security and medical device security. Prior to his role as an analyst, Chris was a researcher on the S&R team, where he helped Forrester clients with insights and best practices in endpoint security, mobile security, cloud security, and data privacy. Chris joined Forrester from Harvard Medical School, where he served as a research associate based at Massachusetts General Hospital. He brings with him an extensive background in scientific research, quantitative analysis, and project management.

Stephen Salinas
Stephen Salinas, Head of product marketing at Deep Instinct

Steve has specialized in defining and marketing cutting edge technology solutions that solve complex cybersecurity problems for more than twelve years. His experience includes holding product management, product marketing, and solution engineering positions with leading security vendors. He is a frequent presenter at industry conferences and regularly publishes blogs aimed at providing both business and technical insights to the security community. Steve went to Texas A&M University for undergrad and earned an MBA from Pepperdine University.

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