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Securing Your Digital Future: Merging Mobile and Security Strategies

Mobile devices, apps, networks, and cloud services are all interconnected and complex to manage, let alone, secure. Yet in today’s world of remote workers, organizations are tasked with the challenge of making mobile simple, secure, and scalable for all employees. With mobile devices at the intersection of our personal and professional, we need on-demand access to work resources as well as the immediate flexibility to manage our personal tasks. Security is essential but privacy must be respected.

This session demonstrates how mobile management and security strategies are merging to satisfy the requirements of a mobile-first world. We will cover how managed and unmanaged devices – app security, malware, phishing and content protection, identity management, and security intelligence services – integrate to make it easier to scale device and platform deployment, while gaining visibility and remediating today’s advanced mobile threats.
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    End users are the number one threat vector for any organization. They present the greatest risk to information security, data loss, and privacy compliance. But with the right knowledge, awareness, and tools, your users can become proactive defenders, alerting you to threats and taking action to help protect your organization. So how can you turn your users from a security liability to an asset?

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    - Leverage best-practices to implement a sustainable, engaging and effective program
    - Identify high-risk users, roles, and departments
    - Obtain executive buy-in and support
    - Track, communicate metrics and reports to showcase results
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    - Identify key metrics for your organization’s people-centric risk
    - Improve efficiency related to help desks, training administration, and incident response
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    Join us in this webinar as we discuss;
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    •Challenges faced by technologies chosen to facilitate remote work
    •Long term approaches available to better secure your remote workforce
  • How She Got There—Women in Health IT Recorded: Oct 6 2020 58 mins
    Moderator: Karen Diamond, Vice President of Strategic Accounts, pureIntegration
    Women are increasingly finding a career in healthcare IT. According to a recent article in Healthcare Finance News, women make up 66% of all entry-level healthcare employees and 30% of C-suite positions in healthcare IT.*

    Our panelists are challenging the ecosystem—transforming the information technology space in healthcare, driving improved patient care, and leading with a purpose.

    Join us for an open and honest hour-long conversation with influential women in healthcare information and technology who are leading the way to a more diverse and enriched community. Gain a better understanding of the challenges and opportunities that these female executives have experienced as they have navigated their careers. Learn from them how they are leading their organizations to digitally transform and serve their patients in more effective ways. Discover how they see the healthcare ecosystem evolving to achieve more diversity and balance in the workforce.

    Webinar host pureIntegration is an IT consulting services firm, led by a team of 53% women and minorities.

    *Reference: https://www.healthcarefinancenews.com/news/women-healthcare-hold-most-manager-positions-lack-minority-representation-persists
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