Security from Endpoint to Cloud – Securing Productivity from anywhere

As we continue to adapt to permanent hybrid working there is a need to keep employees productive on any device while they work with corporate data across multiple sources.

For many organisations this presents significant challenges and blind spots remain.

This session will look at the issues associated with hybrid working and show how to effectively move towards a Zero Trust model.

Topics covered –

  • Trends in hybrid working models
  • The risks and threats linked to public clouds and unmanaged endpoints – phishing, ransomware, data leakage
  • How to enable ‘work from anywhere’ without compromising privacy
  • How to effectively bridge security from endpoint to cloud

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