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SASE Success Behind-The-Scenes

SASE converges network, web, data, and cloud app connectivity and security, but implementing a true SASE architecture is a daunting task and there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Join Forcepoint Global CTO Nicolas Fischbach for insights on Forcepoint’s approach to delivering the industry’s first true data-centric SASE as well as providing steps for a practical approach to implementing SASE today including evaluation criteria for SASE platforms and how to leverage existing, and identify new, areas for investment.
Recorded Dec 15 2020 25 mins
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  • Lavorare in sicurezza, da qualsiasi luogo: mettere i dipendenti al primo posto May 4 2021 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Panellists TBD
    Poiché i dipendenti lavorano da casa, è essenziale che i leader forniscano loro gli strumenti e l'accesso sicuro a piattaforme e reti interne, così da consentire loro di avere a casa la stessa produttività lavorativa che in ufficio. Un fattore chiave scaturito dal lavoro da remoto che occorre prendere in considerazione è se l’analisi comportamentale, l’IA e il machine learning aiutano veramente il dipendente o diventano una violazione della privacy e della libertà. I leader devono ora mantenere i dipendenti produttivi, soddisfatti e al sicuro mentre lavorano a casa.

    Con il passaggio dei dipendenti al lavoro in remoto, i leader devono tenere conto del fatto che non solo è importante garantire la sicurezza dei dati, ma è anche essenziale non trascurare la privacy di dipendenti e clienti. Secondo un sondaggio svolto dall’IAPP, l’81% degli esperti sulla privacy si aspetta poca o nessuna riduzione nei budget sulla privacy. Evidentemente, la privacy continua a rappresentare una priorità per le misure di sicurezza, nonostante gli effetti della pandemia.

    Partecipa a questa sessione in cui prenderemo in esame:

    - Il modo in cui si inquadra il business cambia l’ approccio all’individuazione delle migliori soluzioni di sicurezza: confronto tra utenti e persone.
    - Confronto tra utenti e persone.
    - Cosa rende i dipendenti felici nel proprio lavoro, ma non compromette la sicurezza o la privacy.
    - Quando il comportamento è influenzato dall’ambiente, come si può creare un modello di sicurezza aziendale efficiente per il lavoro a casa?
  • Travaillez en sécurité, de n’importe où - Placer vos employés au centre Apr 29 2021 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Venita Maupou, Senior Program Manager, Forcepoint | Nicolas Fouillet, Sales Engineer, Forcepoint
    Alors que les employés travaillent à domicile, il est essentiel que les dirigeants leur fournissent des outils et un accès sécurisé aux plateformes et réseaux internes, leur permettant de travailler aussi efficacement à la maison qu’au bureau. Une question clé issue du travail à distance, est la suivante : les analyses de comportement, l’intelligence artificielle et le machine learning (apprentissage automatique) aident-ils les employés ou se transforment-ils en une violation de la vie privée et de la liberté? Les dirigeants doivent faire en sorte que leurs employés restent efficaces, heureux et en sécurité tout en travaillant à domicile.

    Lorsque les employés passent au travail à distance, les dirigeants doivent assurer que les données restent privées et en sécurité, mais il est essentiel que la vie privée des employés et des clients ne soit pas oubliée. Selon une enquête IAPP, au niveau international, 81% des spécialistes des questions relatives au respect de la vie privée s’attendent à ce qu'il n’y ait aucune ou seulement une faible baisse des budgets de protection de la vie privée. Bien évidemment, la protection de la vie privée est en première ligne des mesures de sécurité, malgré les effets de la pandémie.

    Participez à cette séance dans laquelle nous évoquons les points suivants :
    - La façon dont vous définissez votre activité change-t-elle la façon qui vous aide à trouver des solutions de sécurité : utilisateurs contre individus.
    - Ce qui rend les employés heureux au travail mais ne remet pas en cause la sécurité, ou la vie privée.
    - Lorsque le comportement est influencé par votre environnement, comment élaborez-vous un modèle de sécurité de l’activité robuste et compatible avec la vie de famille ?
  • Resta in gara: un passo avanti nella trasformazione digitale Apr 20 2021 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Panellists TBD
    Rimanere in gara: un passo avanti nella trasformazione digitale

    Mentre le organizzazioni hanno dovuto adattarsi rapidamente al passaggio dagli ambienti di lavoro in ufficio al lavoro remoto, la trasformazione digitale ha continuato a svilupparsi per tutto il 2020. Questi sviluppi includono, ma non sono limitati a, il passaggio al cloud, e quanto sia versatile il cloud da chi accede ai dati dei clienti nel settore bancario, a quelli nella produzione, alla trasformazione della SD WAN, che ha evoluto per sempre il modo in cui restiamo connessi.

    Sebbene la trasformazione digitale sia stata un elemento chiave del 2020, anche quella aziendale e la leadership hanno subito dei cambiamenti. Il 2020 ha obbligato i leader a pensare alle loro strategie sulla sicurezza aziendale secondo una prospettiva più critica che mai. Si è assistito allo sviluppo della trasformazione crowd sourced e i leader devono ora ascoltare gli utenti, piuttosto che dire no, adottando la Shadow IT. Altre sfere di trasformazione comprendono le decisioni sull’adozione del Cloud, la gestione della sicurezza dei dipendenti tra i dispositivi domestici e problematiche più ampie legate alla privacy.

    È fondamentale che i leader siano in possesso delle conoscenze necessarie per prendere le decisioni migliori per le proprie aziende.

    In questa sessione discuteremo di:

    - La principale forza trainante della trasformazione digitale
    - La titolarità delle soluzioni IT; come si può abbracciare lo Shadow IT senza compromettere la sicurezza
    - Le aziende e i dipendenti stanno prendendo decisioni più coraggiose e queste possono portare maggiori benefici e minori costi di esercizio.
    - Prendere le migliori decisioni di sicurezza per la tua azienda; considerazioni dall'adozione del cloud ai dispositivi dei dipendenti
  • Rester dans la course : Une longueur d’avance sur la transformation numérique Apr 15 2021 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Venita Maupou, Senior Program Manager, Forcepoint | Rémi Enjalbert, Senior Technical Sales Engineer, Forcepoint
    Tandis que les entreprises ont dû s’adapter rapidement au changement en passant du travail au bureau au travail à distance, la transformation numérique a continué à se développer en 2020. Ces changements comprennent, sans s’y limiter, le passage au cloud, et ses diverses utilisations pour à la fois accéder aux données clients dans le domaine bancaire ou la fabrication, jusqu’à la transformation du SD-WAN, qui a fait évoluer pour toujours la façon dont nous restons connectés.

    Tandis que la transformation numérique a été un élément clé de 2020, la transformation des entreprises et du leadership a également évoluée. 2020 a obligé, plus qu’auparavant, les dirigeants à réfléchir de façon plus critique à leurs stratégies de sécurité de l’entreprise. La transformation participative s’est développée et les dirigeants doivent dorénavant écouter les utilisateurs plutôt que de leur dire non, et adopter la Shadow IT. D’autres domaines de transformation comprennent les décisions liées à l’adoption du cloud, à la gestion de la sécurité des employés sur les appareils utilisés à domicile, et à de plus larges questions de vie privée.

    Il est essentiel que les dirigeants aient suffisamment de connaissances afin de prendre les meilleures décisions possibles pour leurs sociétés.

    Dans cette séance, nous allons aborder les points suivants:
    - La principale force motrice de la transformation numérique
    - La responsabilité des choix informatiques ; comment adopter le Shadow IT sans mettre en danger la sécurité
    - Les sociétés et leurs employés prennent-ils des décisions plus audacieuses et celles-ci peuvent-elles être plus bénéfiques et faire baisser le coût de propriété ?
    - Prendre les meilleures décisions de sécurité pour votre activité ; les réflexions autour de l’adoption du cloud et des appareils des employés
  • AMERICAS: How SASE Helps Deliver Zero Trust Protection Against Advanced Threats. Apr 7 2021 4:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    Nick Cavalancia, Jim Fulton, Dave Barnett
    With people changing where they’re working once again—mixing home, office, and travel—security has to change to keep up. Instead of relying physically seeing who is connecting to the network, many organizations are looking to best practices such as Zero Trust to control how remote workers access and use sensitive information.

    Zero Trust’s “never trust, always verify” principle, which is increasingly being delivered as a service through SASE cloud security, is providing a new foundation for safely connecting workers no matter where they are to web content, cloud apps, and internal private applications.

    Key Takeaways:
    1.Why Zero Trust matters with a remote workforce
    2.How organizations are using SASE to deliver Zero Trust as a service to address advanced threats
    3.How SASE and Zero Trust work together to go just securing access to providing continuous control over data even after it has been downloaded

    Presenters:
    Nick Cavalancia, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP
    Jim Fulton, Director of SASE and Zero Trust Solutions
    Dave Barnett, Head of Edge Protection, EMEA
  • EUROPE: How SASE Helps Deliver Zero Trust Protection Against Advanced Threats Apr 7 2021 9:00 am UTC 49 mins
    Nick Cavalancia, Jim Fulton, Dave Barnett
    With people changing where they’re working once again—mixing home, office, and travel—security has to change to keep up. Instead of relying physically seeing who is connecting to the network, many organizations are looking to best practices such as Zero Trust to control how remote workers access and use sensitive information.

    Zero Trust’s “never trust, always verify” principle, which is increasingly being delivered as a service through SASE cloud security, is providing a new foundation for safely connecting workers no matter where they are to web content, cloud apps, and internal private applications.

    Key Takeaways:
    1.Why Zero Trust matters with a remote workforce
    2.How organizations are using SASE to deliver Zero Trust as a service to address advanced threats
    3.How SASE and Zero Trust work together to go just securing access to providing continuous control over data even after it has been downloaded

    Presenters:
    Nick Cavalancia, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP
    Jim Fulton, Director of SASE and Zero Trust Solutions
    Dave Barnett, Head of Edge Protection, EMEA
  • APAC: How SASE Helps Deliver Zero Trust Protection Against Advanced Threats Apr 7 2021 3:00 am UTC 49 mins
    Nick Cavalancia, Jim Fulton, Dave Barnett
    With people changing where they’re working once again—mixing home, office, and travel—security has to change to keep up. Instead of relying physically seeing who is connecting to the network, many organizations are looking to best practices such as Zero Trust to control how remote workers access and use sensitive information.

    Zero Trust’s “never trust, always verify” principle, which is increasingly being delivered as a service through SASE cloud security, is providing a new foundation for safely connecting workers no matter where they are to web content, cloud apps, and internal private applications.

    Key Takeaways:
    1.Why Zero Trust matters with a remote workforce
    2.How organizations are using SASE to deliver Zero Trust as a service to address advanced threats
    3.How SASE and Zero Trust work together to go just securing access to providing continuous control over data even after it has been downloaded

    Presenters:
    Nick Cavalancia, Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP
    Jim Fulton, Director of SASE and Zero Trust Solutions
    Dave Barnett, Head of Edge Protection, EMEA
  • La politica di Zero Trust: non fidarti mai, verifica sempre Apr 6 2021 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Panellists TBD
    Lo slogan del modello di sicurezza Zero Trust è “Non fidarti mai, verifica sempre. Ogni volta”. Tale atteggiamento verso la verifica è particolarmente importante in un mondo post Covid-19. Poiché diversi dipendenti continuano a lavorare da remoto e spesso necessitano dell'accesso a software da dispositivi personali, il modello di sicurezza utilizzato deve essere diligente. Tuttavia, a prescindere dalla pandemia, le violazioni dei dati sono diventate sempre più sofisticate nel corso degli anni e le misure di sicurezza devono continuare ad adattarsi ai rischi in continua evoluzione. Secondo Microsoft, il 94% delle aziende sta implementando nuove funzionalità Zero Trust.

    Quindi, cosa si intende per Zero Trust e cosa può fare per te?

    In questa sessione vedremo:

    - Perché la Zero Trust sta prendendo piede e se la stessa rappresenti un danno per l'esperienza degli utenti oppure, al contrario, un abilitatore per migliorarla.
    - Cambiare il modo di pensare la sicurezza per preparare la tua organizzazione ad una strategia Zero Trust.

    Partecipa a questa sessione per saperne di più sul valore di una strategia Zero Trust e se la stessa sia la soluzione definitiva o se sia semplicemente il punto di partenza per una strategia di cybersecurity a prova di futuro.
  • Une stratégie Zero Trust : Ne faites jamais confiance, Vérifiez toujours Apr 1 2021 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Venita Maupou, Senior Program Manager, Forcepoint | Vincent LeClerc, Sales Engineer, Forcepoint
    Les mots d’ordre du modèle de sécurité Zero Trust sont « Ne faites jamais confiance, Vérifiez toujours. À chaque fois. » Cette attitude envers la vérification est particulièrement importante dans le monde du post-Covid19. Tandis que de nombreux salariés travaillent toujours à distance et ont besoin d'avoir accès à des logiciels sur leurs appareils à domicile, votre modèle de sécurité doit être diligent. Cependant, en dépit de la pandémie, la sophistication des violations de données augmente depuis des années, et les mesures de sécurité doivent continuer à s’adapter aux risques continus. Selon Microsoft, 94% des sociétés ont déclaré qu’elles étaient en train de déployer une approche Zero Trust.

    Qu’est donc Zero Trust, et que peut-elle faire pour vous ?

    Dans cette session, nous allons examiner :
    - Pourquoi Zero Trust est en train de prendre son essor, et si Zero Trust peut faire du tort à l’expérience utilisateur, ou l’améliorer
    - Comment changer la façon dont vous envisagez la sécurité afin de préparer votre entreprise à la stratégie Zero Trust

    Participez à cette séance pour en apprendre plus sur l’utilité de la stratégie Zero Trust, et savoir s’il s’agit d’une la solution définitive ou simplement du début d’une stratégie évolutive de cyber sécurité.
  • Sicheres Arbeiten, von überall - Ihre Mitarbeiter stehen im Mittelpunkt Mar 30 2021 8:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Carsten Hoffmann, Forcepoint
    Wenn Mitarbeiter von zu Hause arbeiten, ist es von entscheidender Bedeutung, dass ihnen die richtigen Tools zur Verfügung stehen. Diese Werkzeuge sollen den Mitarbeiter auch vor Fehlern und Gefahren schützen. Bei diesem Thema werden jetzt oft Verhaltensanalyse, künstliche Intelligenz und maschinelles Lernen diskutiert. Wie steht es um das Spannungsfeld zwischen Privatsphäre und Sicherheit Freiheit und Produktivität – gerade im Home Office?

    Laut einer IAPP-Umfrage erwarten weltweit 81 % der Datenschutzexperten keine oder nur eine geringe Kürzung der Datenschutzbudgets. Offenbar steht der Datenschutz trotz der Auswirkungen der Pandemie immer noch an erster Stelle der Sicherheitsmaßnahmen.

    In dieser Session werden wir folgende Punkte diskutieren:

    - Ändert die Art und Weise, wie Sie das Unternehmen strukturieren, Ihre Suche nach den besten Sicherheitslösungen: Benutzer vs. Menschen?
    - Was Mitarbeiter bei ihrer Arbeit glücklich macht, aber weder die Sicherheit noch die Privatsphäre beeinträchtigt.
    - Wenn das Verhalten durch Ihre Umgebung beeinflusst wird, wie lässt sich ein stabiles Geschäftssicherheitsmodell für das Privatleben entwickeln?
  • L’equilibio tra la protezione dei dati e l’ abilitazione dei lavoratori remoti Mar 23 2021 9:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Panellists TBD
    Gli ultimi 12 mesi hanno visto un cambiamento epocale nel lavoro da remoto. Tuttavia, non si prevede che tale modalità di lavoro terminerà a breve. Il lavoro è passato dall'essere un luogo all'essere un'attività e il modo di lavorare è cambiato per sempre. Un sondaggio di Gartner ha rivelato che il 74% dei CFO ha intenzione di spostare parte del proprio organico dal lavoro in sede al lavoro a distanza in modo permanente. Il problema che si profila per molte organizzazioni è che il lavoro a distanza fa sì che gli utenti e i dati operino al di fuori dei tradizionali sistemi di sicurezza IT, che generalmente si fidano in maniera automatica di coloro che si trovano all'interno della rete. I leader devono imparare a proteggere i dati in possesso della loro organizzazione, quando i dipendenti si trovano “all’esterno”. Il cambiamento negli ambienti di lavoro ha obbligato i leader a prendere decisioni critiche sull’attuazione del lavoro da remoto, sull’uso del Cloud e su come proteggere sia le informazioni che i dipendenti.

    Quindi, come possono le organizzazioni proteggere i propri dati e allo stesso tempo garantire un accesso facilitato ad una forza lavoro sempre più distribuita? Come possiamo permettere ai dipendenti di avere accesso ai dati in modo sicuro, dovunque e in qualsiasi momento?

    Unisci a noi in questa sessione durante la quale discuteremo:

    - Della velocità del cambiamento causata dalla pandemia e come ciò ha influito sulla sicurezza, sulla conformità dei dati e sulla privacy di dipendenti e clienti.
    - Di come proteggere i dati dalle minacce e dalla loro perdita, pur garantendo l'accesso ad essi in una misura tale mai vista prima
    - Di come mantenere i lavoratori remoti sicuri e protetti, lasciando al contempo ogni rischio al di fuori dell'azienda, consentendo ai dipendenti di svolgere il proprio lavoro
  • Preparing For SASE & Zero Trust Mar 23 2021 4:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Nick Savvides, Senior Director of Strategic Business, Forcepoint
    The shift to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) as the security architecture of choice together with the adoption of Zero Trust, continues to gain momentum amongst organizations across the globe.
    Driven by network modernization and digital transformation projects, SASE and Zero Trust have become highly sought-after approaches to deliver agility and flexibility while increasing the security and protection of staff and critical business data, no matter where they reside.
    Are you ready to adopt these approaches? Are you prepared to make the change?
    Join me online where I’ll share insights into key network and security transformation considerations to prepare your network and business for SASE and Zero Trust. I’ll also offer valuable resources to take away and allow time for a Q&A session at the end, so have your questions ready for me on the day!
    SASE and Zero Trust offer a future-proof model for cybersecurity in today’s constantly evolving business world. I hope you can participate and will look forward to connecting with you.
    ~ Nick Savvides - Senior Director of Strategic Business, Forcepoint
  • Sur la corde raide entre protéger les données et favoriser le travail à distance Mar 18 2021 9:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Venita Maupou, Forcepoint | Rudy Montier, Forcepoint | Javier Alonso, SHAM | Antoine Ferron, BitLogiK
    Depuis les 12 derniers mois, un énorme changement s’est opéré dans le travail à distance. Cela n’est cependant pas près de se terminer. Le travail est passé de ce qui était un lieu, à une activité et la façon dont nous travaillons a changé pour toujours. Une enquête Gartner a révélé que 74% des Directeurs financiers ont l’intention de faire passer certains des membres de leurs équipes au télétravail de façon permanente. Le problème auquel beaucoup d’entreprises font face est que le travail à distance se traduit par des utilisateurs et des données qui opèrent hors des secteurs traditionnels de l’informatique et de la défense, des entreprises qui font automatiquement confiance au membres de leur réseau. Les dirigeants doivent apprendre à protéger les données internes à l’entreprise, lorsque leurs employés se trouvent « à l’extérieur ». Ce changement dans l’environnement de travail a poussé les dirigeants à prendre des décisions critiques en ce qui concerne le teletravail, l’utilisation du cloud et la façon dont ils sécurisent leurs données et assurent la sécurité de leurs employés.

    Comment les entreprises protègent-elles donc leurs données, tout en accordant un accès plus facile à des effectifs de plus en plus éparpillés ? Comment permettons-nous aux employés d’avoir un accès sécurisé aux données, partout et à tout moment ?

    Participez à cette session dans laquelle nous évoquons :
    - Le rythme du changement causé par la pandémie, et de quelle façon celui-ci impacte la sécurité, la conformité des données et les questions de vie privée des employés et des clients.
    - De quelle façon protégeons-nous les données des dangers et de l’exfiltration tout en permettant d’y accéder comme jamais auparavant ?
    - De quelle façon est-il possible de préserver la sécurité des travailleurs à distance, tout en évitant les frictions et en permettant aux employés de faire leur travail?
  • CXO Online: Security in Today’s New Business Reality. Mar 17 2021 3:00 am UTC 50 mins
    Nick Savvides, Forcepoint | Angel Redoble, FVP & CISO, ePLDT Group | Roland Oscuro, SVP CISO, Philippine National Bank
    Today’s CISOs must understand not just enterprise risk, but digital risk, blending together cybersecurity and business priorities, all while effectively integrating their contributions with enterprise leadership and the operations of the digital business. It is no longer enough to be a business enabler—a modern CISO must also be a business partner and an accelerator of change.

    Hosted by Nick Savvides, Senior Strategic Business Director, Forcepoint Asia Pacific and join our esteemed panelists, Mr. Angel Redoble, FVP and CISO, ePLDT Group, PLDT Group and SMART Communications and Roland Oscuro, CISO, Philippine National Bank at this Fireside Chat. The panelists will be sharing the challenges and the organisation’s response to "Security in Today’s New Business Reality" & the security posture changes the business have undertaken & the future outlook in the changing cybersecurity landscape.
  • CXO Online: What If Cyber Security Was Just Created Today? Mar 16 2021 6:00 pm UTC 48 mins
    Hamish Taylor Former CEO of Eurostar, Sainsbury's Bank, Lisa Forte, Renowned Global Voice on the Human Side of Cyber Security
    While companies increasingly rely on the modern strategies of global growth, transition to the cloud and a flexible workforce to increase productivity and profits, these same efforts can spread sensitive and critical data in a way that opens the door to new threats and new challenges. It’s more important than ever for successful companies to rely on modern security strategies to keep critical data and employees safe in a risky and complex world.

    In this session, we will explore:
    - What cyber security would look like if it were created today
    - What improvements could be made to better serve your role in the organization

    About the speakers:

    Hamish Taylor
    Former CEO of Eurostar, Sainsbury's Bank and Vision UK

    Lisa Forte
    Renowned Global Voice on the Human Side of Cyber Security & Social Engineering. In 2018 she won the “Top 100 Women In Tech” Award recognizing her achievements and contributions to the cyber security industry.

    Nico Fischbach
    As Global CTO, Nico Fischbach drives corporate level vision, defines the research agenda, and pilots technology and architecture road maps that underpin Forcepoint's human-centric cybersecurity solutions.
  • Im Wettbewerb bleiben: Der digitalen Transformation einen Schritt voraus Mar 16 2021 9:00 am UTC 60 mins
    Carsten Hoffmann I Lars Kroll | Jens Schubert
    Während Unternehmen sich schnell auf den Wechsel zum Home Office einstellen mussten, ging die digitale Transformation im Laufe des Jahres 2020 weiter. Zu dieser Entwicklung gehöret der sich beschleunigende Wechsel zur Cloud auch in Bereichen, die wir vor einem Jahr noch für Unmöglich gehalten hätten.
    Führungskräfte wurden von der Situation und ihren Mitarbeitern getrieben: Schatten-IT wurde zur Innovation-IT. Aus BYOD wurde Use your own device – zumindest beim WLAN Router und dem Drucker.

    Wie können Unternehmen, diesen Produktivitäts- und Innovationsschub weiter treiben ohne Datenschutz und Co. Vollkommen aus dem Auge zu verlieren.

    In dieser Session werden wir folgende Punkte diskutieren:

    - Die treibende Kraft der digitalen Transformation
    - Das Eigentumsrecht von IT-Lösungen; wie Sie die Schatten-IT nutzen können, ohne die Sicherheit zu gefährden
    - Treffen Unternehmen und Mitarbeiter gewagtere Entscheidungen und können diese größere Vorteile und geringere Betriebskosten bewirken?
  • AMERICAS: 5 pillars for creating your Unbound Enterprise with data-centric SASE Mar 10 2021 5:00 pm UTC 56 mins
    L. Neely, LLNL | J. Fulton, Forcepoint | Dr. S. Murray, ISSA Int. Board of Directors | F. Doyle, CubicPrism Analytics
    Even before 2020, we knew where digital transformation was taking us. But we had no idea how quickly it would arrive. Because of the pandemic, our journey in cloud migration happened almost overnight. As a result, businesses today are less constrained by traditional network infrastructure and designated worksites. And, while we’ve always had some agility to shift work between on-prem and remote, we’re seeing the beginning of the new age of the Unbound Enterprise in which people have the freedom to work anywhere and anytime.

    Join this discussion to see how the new ways that people are accessing and using data—in multiple locations, on different devices, over the internet, in public and private clouds—are greatly accelerating the need to replace siloed infrastructure that can’t keep up. We’ll connect the dots on how you can take a “human-centric” SASE approach that puts users and data at the center of cloud-based security to make your business more agile and safer, all while cutting complexity and cost.

    Takeaways:
    1. Make working anywhere seamless and easy to deploy
    2. Protect data everywhere with a single set of policies enforced uniformly from endpoints to the cloud
    3. Automatically personalize security based on people’s behavior and the risk they present
  • EUROPE: 5 pillars for creating your Unbound Enterprise with data-centric SASE Mar 10 2021 11:00 am UTC 56 mins
    L. Neely, LLNL | J. Fulton, Forcepoint | Dr. S. Murray, ISSA Int. Board of Directors | F. Doyle, CubicPrism Analytics
    Even before 2020, we knew where digital transformation was taking us. But we had no idea how quickly it would arrive. Because of the pandemic, our journey in cloud migration happened almost overnight. As a result, businesses today are less constrained by traditional network infrastructure and designated worksites. And, while we’ve always had some agility to shift work between on-prem and remote, we’re seeing the beginning of the new age of the Unbound Enterprise in which people have the freedom to work anywhere and anytime.

    Join this discussion to see how the new ways that people are accessing and using data—in multiple locations, on different devices, over the internet, in public and private clouds—are greatly accelerating the need to replace siloed infrastructure that can’t keep up. We’ll connect the dots on how you can take a “human-centric” SASE approach that puts users and data at the center of cloud-based security to make your business more agile and safer, all while cutting complexity and cost.

    Takeaways:
    1. Make working anywhere seamless and easy to deploy
    2. Protect data everywhere with a single set of policies enforced uniformly from endpoints to the cloud
    3. Automatically personalize security based on people’s behavior and the risk they present
  • APAC: 5 pillars for creating your Unbound Enterprise with data-centric SASE Mar 10 2021 3:00 am UTC 56 mins
    L. Neely, LLNL | J. Fulton, Forcepoint | Dr. S. Murray, ISSA Int. Board of Directors | F. Doyle, CubicPrism Analytics
    Even before 2020, we knew where digital transformation was taking us. But we had no idea how quickly it would arrive. Because of the pandemic, our journey in cloud migration happened almost overnight. As a result, businesses today are less constrained by traditional network infrastructure and designated worksites. And, while we’ve always had some agility to shift work between on-prem and remote, we’re seeing the beginning of the new age of the Unbound Enterprise in which people have the freedom to work anywhere and anytime.

    Join this discussion to see how the new ways that people are accessing and using data—in multiple locations, on different devices, over the internet, in public and private clouds—are greatly accelerating the need to replace siloed infrastructure that can’t keep up. We’ll connect the dots on how you can take a “human-centric” SASE approach that puts users and data at the center of cloud-based security to make your business more agile and safer, all while cutting complexity and cost.

    Takeaways:
    1. Make working anywhere seamless and easy to deploy
    2. Protect data everywhere with a single set of policies enforced uniformly from endpoints to the cloud
    3. Automatically personalize security based on people’s behavior and the risk they present
  • Slackers, Go-Getters, & Evildoers: Understanding Negative Workplace Behaviors Mar 9 2021 7:00 pm UTC 44 mins
    Dr. Margaret Cunningham, Principal Research Scientist, Forcepoint | Daniel Norman, Snr. Solutions Analyst, ISF
    Even model employees are guilty of exhibiting bad behaviors and understanding them is critical to establishing effective cybersecurity solutions.

    In this webcast, the Information Security Forum’s Analyst Daniel Norman hosts Forcepoint’s research scientist Dr. Margaret Cunningham as they explore three different types of rule breakers and try to understand how their motivations can jeopardize security.

    Find out what drives your employees actions and learn strategies for mitigating the risks that stem from negative workplace behaviors.
     


    Dr. Margaret Cunningham is Principal Research Scientist for Human Behavior within Forcepoint X-Labs, focused on establishing a human-centric model for improving cybersecurity. Previously, Cunningham supported technology acquisition, research and development, operational testing and evaluation, and integration for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Coast Guard
Connect and protect your remote, global workforce
Distributed networks are the new reality of today’s mobile, global workforce. Transforming cloud connectivity and security within these networks is the new challenge. The right connectivity and security through digital transformation can provide important benefits, including increased productivity and improved user experience at a much lower cost, whether it’s for accessing cloud applications or legacy applications. Being able to use the same policies, the same tools for visualizing what's happening on a network, and extending that seamlessly into the cloud will help security teams understand use of and manage risk.

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