Harriet Pearson, Partner, Hogan Lovells | James Denvil, Counsel, Hogan Lovells | John Holmes, Chief Legal Officer, Forcepoint
In the current era of distributed enterprises, executive and security leaders must address where and how employees work while protecting the organization’s critical data and intellectual property. Corporate risk management programs must evolve along with IT and security services to support a permanent, massive remote workforce. Monitoring user interactions with data and systems continues to be the foundation of managing cyber risk.
This webcast provides a legal perspective on running effective cyber-risk management in the remote workforce era. Discover the latest trends and strategies for security monitoring programs and the impact on privacy, compliance and productivity for the anywhere worker.
Join us to learn:
- The impact of remote work arrangements on cyber risk and security policy controls
- The similarities and differences between international regulations and laws governing data protection compliance
- Approaches to user monitoring that balance privacy protection for the remote workforce and cyber risk management for the organization