Panel: Locking Down the Endpoints

May 18th, 2020
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 May 18th, 2020  
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Panel: Locking Down the Endpoints

Event submitted on Wednesday, May 6th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva

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May 18th, 2020
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Another amazing event from SecureWorld. Remember that this event is online, i.e. a Virtual InfoSec event.

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SecureWorld Remote Sessions is a series of daily briefings on security topics of particular relevance during times of disruptive incidents and remote working challenges. Our purpose is to help the InfoSec community stay connected, encouraged, and continuing to learn and share. Tune in for 45 minutes to an hour—either live or on-demand—and receive 1 CPE credit in the process. For speaker and topic updates, keep an eye on the Remote Sessions lineup and check back frequently as sessions are added to the calendar.

IoT devices can improve business operations, but they also create new pathways into a business’s digital environments. This can lead to cyber incidents that bring down business activities and/or create huge privacy breaches.

There are new endpoints now touching networks that were never imagined when networks were built, such as smart energy grids, temperature gauges, valves on a chemical line that distribute liquid (sometimes toxic and dangerous), etc. Similarly, in a bring-your-own-device (BYOD / IoT) Internet-of-Things world, our remote workforce creates a whole new set of challenges when securing all access points: Are you counting your employees’ home networks in your list of endpoints? Smart Watches?

What kind of security is built into all these Internet-connected devices? How easy is it to control access? What endpoints are we missing? Join our industry leaders as they discuss the latest technology, training, and trends for securing all endpoints.

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