The events of 2020 have highlighted and exacerbated pre-existing challenges around remote workers, supply chains and external cloud services provision. The complexity of access to systems and data has dramatically increased; the growth in staff working remotely from insecure networks, differing levels of security within the supply chain, and Shadow IT are all examples of the challenges faced. In this session we will share examples of how organisations have taken proactive steps to address the remote challenge, to ensure trusted friends do not become exploited weaknesses.
With the proliferation of COVID-19 across the globe, the need for a remote working strategy has become paramount to keep businesses running. Technologies such as Chromebooks, Chrome Browser, and SaaS applications have helped make this strategy a reality, providing access to critical data wherever employees may be working from during this challenging time. However, this way of working has created new security challenges for IT departments, who may not be equipped to address these issues. In this session, we’ll walk through many of Google’s solutions, such as Chrome devices, Chrome Enterprise Upgrade, BeyondCorp Remote Access and Chrome Browser Cloud Management to ensure your business can keep secure, even in a remote working environment.
The WannaCry attack in 2017 left the NHS with a £92m bill. Learn how the NHS is aggressively improving health and care security posture, tackling the challenges presented by Covid-19 through:
According to new research from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport 50% of UK businesses have a basic cyber skills gap: Hear how the UK plans to sustain a cyber security sector fit for the future by: