Ian Glover, President, CREST & Craig Moores, Risk Advisory Director, SureCloud
COVID-19 has caused widespread business transformation, forcing organizations to adapt to new ways of working in an extremely short period of time. As our lives begin to transition into this next stage of the 'new normal', businesses are starting to consider how imposed remote working has affected their cybersecurity posture. As well as wondering what they should be focusing on as they return to a full or partial office presence.
Our clients tell us that they are experiencing an increase in threat actor activity, phishing attacks and cyber-related events and incidents. At the same time, businesses will be considering longer-term hybrid remote and office-based working practices that create conflicting pressures on security resources. To manage this, it's vital to get a clear understanding of your organization's cybersecurity posture, aligned with the 2020 digital landscape, and establish or enhance controls so that they remain robust and effective.
Join CREST's President Ian Glover and SureCloud's Risk Advisory Director, Craig Moores, in their fireside virtual conversation to get up to speed. They will take you through their thoughts on the current cybersecurity landscape, as well as the potential risks for both imposed remote working and returning to the office post COVID-19 lockdown.
Ian and Craig will also give you expert advice on how to develop your cybersecurity strategy to incorporate new threats and gain buy-in from key stakeholders for new ways of working. There will also be a Q and A at the end.
Key takeaways include:
1. New challenges businesses face post-COVID-19 lockdown
2. 'Top ten' return to work tips including establishing new ways of working
3. Advice on how to secure a new cyber baseline following a crisis
4. Guidance for defining a resilient cyber strategy