As COVID-19 infection rates continue to rise in different geographies, many organizations have committed to operating remotely through at least mid-2021. In fact, more than 90 percent of CISOs, CIOs and technology executives surveyed by HMG Strategy say their companies plan to operate under hybrid work models for the foreseeable future where a mix of employees will split their time between remote and in-office locations.
As a growing number of organizations shift to hybrid work models, this poses a fresh set of challenges for CISOs in protecting the distributed enterprise. These issues include security associated with remote staff bringing unsecured personal devices into the office as well as securing data properly as employees repeatedly transition between in-office and remote workspaces.
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Cross-industry CISOs and security leaders examine how best to protect employees and critical assets in the hybrid workplace along with recommendations for conducting secure collaboration between in-office and work from home teams.
Rich insights on how the future of work is evolving, along with the ramifications for CISOs and cyber teams.
Innovative perspectives from top CISOs on the core challenges in protecting a hybrid work environment along with recommendations for doing so.
Viewpoints on how organizations in different industries will foster collaboration in a hybrid work setting along with advice on carrying out collaboration securely.