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2020 was an intense year for security professionals. The shift to remote working uncovered unforeseen vulnerabilities and called for more stringent security solutions. Distributed workers meant distributed data, and security professionals had to find a balance between enabling wide-scale access to private data, and protecting their organisations from new threats.
However, as we move into 2021, it doesn’t look like it’s going to get any easier for the security world. According to a recent Citrix survey. 93% of US and European business leaders believe cybercrime and big data breaches will present a significant risk to organisations over the next 15 years. But what are these risks, and how can you best prepare your organisation to tackle them?
In this episode, we’ll take a look at what we have learned from security in 2020, and how we are using these lessons to inform security strategies over the next few years.
Join us as we discuss:
- The top security predictions for 2021
- Security lessons from 2020, and how 2020 changed security forever
- The future of security, and what to expect going forward
Filming: September 14, 2021, 4:00 - 5:30pm BST | 8:00 - 9:30am PT
In a post-pandemic world, when many employees have moved out of office spaces and into their own homes for work, workplace trust has never been so crucial. But how can leaders foster a culture of trust while also juggling monitoring employee productivity? How do we draw the line between companies involved in the wellbeing of their employees, and those who impose on their employees private lives? Since the move to hybrid working is there a negative sentiment towards productivity monitoring, and if so, how can leaders shift the narrative away from monitoring and onto measurement?
Organisations must equip their leaders with the tools and training to be able to measure the productivity of their teams while also prioritizing employee wellbeing. This is where flexibility is critical, and the understanding that people work and achieve in different ways is key.
Join us as we discuss:
- The technology available today to foster workplace trust
- Productivity monitoring vs productivity measuring
- Shifting from a culture of control to a culture of trust
- And more!
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