Long Term Impact of Covid-19 on Cybersecurity
Event submitted on Monday, May 18th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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The folks at DWTC put on some excellent shows and we’re delighted to be able to include this one in our directory. Out of all the InfoSec events we list this one is certainly laser-focused towards the reality we all now live in with COVID-19 and security. Certainly, this event appeals to everyone within the community. If you work in Cybersecurity then yes, this event is of interest and I’d even consider it to be a “must-attend”. Good luck to Syed and his team in Dubai, UAE.
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Monday, May 18th 2020, or created by us.
The global workforce going remote has left gaping holes in every organization’s digital infrastructure.
Google is blocking over 18 million COVID-related malware and phishing e-mails every day; insecure VPN gateways have opened up the potential of ransomware attacks; malicious apps are stealing user information; thousands of COVID-19 related fake domains have been created – these are just a few of the ways cyber-criminals are exploiting the situation.
Organizations now more than ever have to be vigilant and proactive, not only in implementing the right policies, remediation plans but also to counter breaches and be able to recover quickly. Here to discuss these very measures is a top expert panel in our first webinar.
This webinar, a joint collaboration between GISEC and Frost & Sullivan would provide:
- Analysis and insights on the impact of COVID-19 on cybersecurity
- Changes in the threat landscape and potential counter-strategies that organizations should consider adopting during this crisis.
- Impact of COVID-19 on cybersecurity
- Evolution of threat landscape in the recent past
- Potential strategies to consider for prevention, remediation, and recovery