Replay - Panel Discussion
The Hybrid Office: Information Resilience in the next normal
Recorded Tuesday 21 July 2020
The way we work is changing. In today’s world, the mix of both working from home (WFH) and working from office (WFO) will be used interchangeably, as new agile business models develop, and with proven results in terms of performance and job satisfaction the days of large offices in expensive central business districts could be a thing of the past.
“There are multiple benefits to both organizations and their employees with a robust remote working model. Employee performance, recruitment, retention and job satisfaction increase whilst organizations costs decrease. Moreover, ready or not, organizations need to plan for the inevitable and the unforeseen by implementing the requirements for a remote workforce. Seize the opportunity today to bolster your physical and digital security protocols, information resilience and business continuity plans, by preparing for the currently evolving and distributed workplace and meeting employee and organizational needs.”
Stephen Bowes, Global Practice Director, Information & Security Technologies, BSI Consulting Services
What are the risks for both environments? Working remotely has its own risks such as VPN connections, Wi-Fi security and identity management, where returning to work and reopening offices has security implications such as shadow IT, networking and ongoing, more advanced phishing attacks and business email compromise. But how can organizations and IT security departments manage both working environments?
Watch our panel discussion replay where we will delve into the implications, risks and information resilience techniques to sustain working remotely and working from office interchangeably, as we move to a hybrid office environment for the future.
|Stephen Bowes, Global Practice Director, Information & Security Technologies, BSI Consulting Services|
Nick Hayes, Global Head of Technical Direction, BSI Consulting Services
|Joseph Pierini, Head of Testing (US), BSI Consulting Services|
|Ray Thorpe, Global Chief Information Security Officer, eShopWorld|
|Chris Heald, VP InfoSec, Darktrace|