2021 will not see workers returning to the office as initially predicted and so incorporated Cybersecurity systems will need to remain operational- or be changed- to accommodate the hybrid worker.
Attackers are fully aware of this and will continue to target remote workers. CISOs should expect to see phishing campaigns that hijack COVID-19 vaccination programs e.g. “offers” on how to get ahead of your neighbor on the vaccine waitlist. Add the BYOD dynamic to the landscape and this causes new problems for network security as new devices are brought into the household throughout. In this context, CISOs will be challenged to keep the cloud and data secure and will need their security teams to look at new, ideally automated, tools for identity and access management, that can support their stretched and often tired personnel.
In this session we will discuss:
Juan Carlos Lopez Ruggiero - CISO and Data Privacy Expert (GDPR), Global IT Security Executive,
Sonja Hilkhuijsen - Chief Compliance Officer, Yoba S.A
Gal Messinger - Head of Global Security, Signify
Eric Gray - Regional Information Security Officer, RBC
Nenad Milisavljevic - Global Ciso, United Group B.V
Pascal Huijbers - Group CTO for Western Europe, Fujitsu