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Effective Leadership in a Virtual Workplace

Authenticity, inclusion and transparency are always key to effective leadership. But they're more important than ever when workers have gone virtual. These are the muscles that today's leaders must exercise if teams are to succeed, because "team" means something different now than it did a few months ago.

Find out what Susan Scott, founder of Fiercelnc.com, and business journalist Ron Insana have to say about leadership in this new way of working.
Recorded Dec 2 2020 57 mins
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    In partnership with Palo Alto Networks

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    Episode I: The protection you need, where you need it
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    Terrance Robinson, Head of Security Solutions
    Dave Grady, Security Evanglist
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    Dr. Aasheim is a longtime counseling clinic director, associate professor and mental health professional who specializes in "helping the helpers," which includes medical personnel, first responders, mental health practitioners and educators.

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    Dave Grady
    When Verizon published its first Mobile Security Index (MSI) report in 2018, its instant success illustrated a clear desire in the security community to discuss mobile security in a more data-driven, disciplined manner. Three years later, the need for a report like the MSI is even more obvious.

    Even before the COVID pandemic, organizations large and small were transforming themselves through increased adoption of IoT, mobile devices and the Cloud. With public and private 5G now widely available – and remote working not going away any time soon – mitigating mobile threats is more important than ever. Successful Digital Transformation depends on it.

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    Why IoT device security is so challenging – and so important
    Which controls are most effective against mobile threats
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    Dave Grady (Verizon), Terrance Robinson (Verizon), Michael Covington (Wandera)
    Mobile security is not a new concern, but as mobile devices become the heart of an organization’s IT estate, the stakes are getting higher. Insights from the 2021 Mobile Security Index (MSI) Report provide a benchmark for how security leaders are dealing with the rapid modernization of remote working.

    This year’s MSI report will reshape how security leaders tackle the ongoing challenges of malware, phishing, excessive app permissions, and inappropriate usage. The MSI combines insights from a survey of 800+ security professionals with specialized and proprietary data from over a dozen leading security organizations – providing a unique report you can use to better mitigate risks associated with mobile security.

    Did the survey reveal a larger than normal scale of mobile security problems? Did the attitude around mobile security change during the pandemic? Was there a major shift in BYOD policies in the last year? What steps can be taken to lessen the likelihood and impact of mobile attacks?

    During this webinar, you’ll learn…
    - About the many dimensions of mobile security, from smartphones to IoT and beyond
    - Why security can enable -- or imperil -- remote work
    - How mobile security has evolved in the past 4 year
    - And how to use the Verizon MSI to enhance your security program
  • The Making of the Mobile Security Index Report Recorded: Apr 6 2021 40 mins
    Verizon, Wandera, Proofpoint, Netskope, Netmotion, CheckPoint, Lookout, Asavie, IBM, Qualcomm, Symantec, Cylance, MobileIron
    The best movies always come with a “behind the scenes” documentary that shows all the secrets and hard work that went into its production. So when a groundbreaking report like Verizon’s 2021 Mobile Security Index (MSI) is published, it deserves its own “making of” documentary, too.

    This year, Verizon takes you behind the scenes of its invaluable annual mobile security report -- through interviews with many of the industry-leading organizations that provided data about new and emerging mobile threats. Hearing first-hand about the primary data collected and analyzed by Verizon’s many partners adds even more insight into the results of the MSI.

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    During this webinar, you’ll:
    Gain insight into the top findings from the 2021 MSI
    Learn about the innovative organizations that contributed research to the MSI and the type of mobile threat data they provided
    How the core MSI survey of security professionals was built and executed
    How to leverage the data in the MSI to develop a comprehensive, effective approach to mitigate mobile security risks.
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    Guest speaker Daniel Pink, #1 NYT Best Selling Author & Hosted by Ron Insana, Senior Analyst, CNBC
    Workforce of the Future is a future-focused webinar series for Enterprise, brought to you by Verizon. Join us for our first installment in the series: "Transform your business to face new challenges."

    The events of 2020 turned the idea of how we work upside down. Organizations had to quickly adopt remote-working and related technologies that, under normal circumstances, could take years to embrace. The question now is “what happens next and how can my organization prepare?”
    Daniel Pink and our host Ron Insana talk about what the future holds for the workforce. Daniel’s background as a business and work behavior expert will provide insights into the evolving nature of the workforce and how to adjust. He’ll also talk about how making these adjustments will require the confidence and ability to transform when facing challenges such as:

    Demand for greater flexibility and speed
    Changing customer expectations
    New complexities that may impact performance

    Meet your speaker & host:

    Daniel Pink is one of the bestselling nonfiction authors of the past decade, Daniel has written several provocative, bestselling books about business, work, creativity and behavior. His books have won multiple awards, sold more than 3 million copies and been translated into 41 languages.

    Ron Insana is a contributor to CNBC and MSNBC, Ron has spent nearly three decades as a highly respected business journalist and money manager. He's written for Money magazine and USA Today, and hosted two nationally syndicated radio programs.
  • Rapport Verizon sur le Cyber-Espionnage – CER 2020-2021 Recorded: Mar 31 2021 64 mins
    Xavier Michaud and Abdelkrim Ahmed Bacha, Security Assurance Consultants
    Les acteurs du cyber-espionnage posent un défi unique au secteur de la cyber-sécurité. Ces derniers cherchent à obtenir des secrets nationaux, des biens ou des informations sensibles pour des raisons de sécurité nationale, de motivations politiques, ou afin d'obtenir un avantage concurrentiel (propriété intellectuelle). Ils peuvent provenir d’États-nations (ou d’entités affiliées à l'État), des concurrents commerciaux et dans certains cas de groupes criminels organisés, avec d’importants moyens financiers à leur disposition.
    Ces acteurs cherchent à accéder rapidement et furtivement à des environnements pourtant défendus. En fonction de leurs objectifs, ils se déplacent latéralement à travers le système d’information, obtiennent de manière ciblée des accès ou des données et cela, sans être détectés.
    Le rapport sur le cyber-espionnage (CER) est la toute première publication de Verizon sur le sujet. Ce rapport s'appuie sur sept années d'enquêtes de Verizon sur les compromissions de données (DBIR), ainsi que de plus de 14 ans d’expertise en matière de réponse aux incidents gérés par Verizon Threat Research Advisory Center (VTRAC).
    Cette présentation vous permettra de découvrir des informations sur :
    ▪Le panorama des attaques cyber-sécurité et une introduction au cyber-espionnage.
    ▪Présentation d’éléments du rapport Verizon – CER 2020-2021.
    ▪Comment renforcer sa résilience aux cyber-attaques et au cyber-espionnage.

    En conclusion de cette session, vous aurez la possibilité d’échanger avec nos experts sur les challenges en lien avec cette thématique.
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