New workplace changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will significantly alter many elements of physical security, cyber security, physical and virtual access control and visitor management. Join us to discuss what challenges need to be tackled as we move to a remote-first culture, with greater focus on remote-monitoring tools and the likelihood of increased insider threats.Key Topics Covered
COVID-19 has already wrought significant disruption on society. It is likely to catalyze enormous changes in how and where we work. Companies have scrambled to enable remote work and work from home, adjust corporate travel policies, and communicate updated pandemic response guidelines. How does this impact the way security will be practiced going forward? We will address the impacts on:
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The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has caused an increase in both the likelihood and impact of cyber attacks, as organisations react rapidly to potentially significant operational and financial challenges. The nature of the threat is also changing, with attackers exploiting uncertainty and unprecedented situations.
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Panel discussion: How the monitoring industry can adapt to remote working.
In these ever-changing times, it’s critical that security companies are able to adapt to new ways of working to ensure they can continue to offer the highest level of security service for their customers. While adopting a remote approach may be easy for some, for the video monitoring industry in particular, it comes with a number of considerations and challenges. But it can be done.
We’re bringing together a panel of security experts – who are currently experiencing these challenges first hand – to discuss just how the monitoring industry can adapt. Hear from Rashid Khan (CEO, Calipsa), Ryan Schonfeld (CEO, RAS Security Group), Warren Neuburger (CTO, EyeQ Monitoring) and Satyajeet Hoskote (VP of Product, Eyewitness) as they share their top tips and advice for navigating the changes.
Wed, Apr 1, 2020 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM EDT
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