Security Challenges in a Remote Worker World

Lessons from the COVID19 Front Lines

In this roundtable discussion, experts in edge cloud architectures, cloud-based security, and remote network implementation will share the lessons and insights gained from their experiences in this age of network reinvention and evolution.


This webinar will take place on:
August 26, 2020
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

2020 has seen the most dramatic and rapid changes in workstyles in decades – arguably since the beginning of the Internet age. Companies and their IT experts have been forced to enable their remote workforces in ways that were only “what-if” scenarios in 2019. Much has been learned, with much more still to be addressed.

What “rules of thumb” no longer apply? What is working, and what is not? And what can we expect in the coming post-COVID19 age?

In this roundtable discussion, experts in edge cloud architectures, cloud-based security, and remote network implementation will share the lessons and insights gained from their experiences in this age of network reinvention and evolution.

Key Takeaways Include:

  • Learn how network architectures have changed to support the Mobile/Remote Workforce
  • Gain awareness of how the cyber attack surface has changed, and how hackers are taking advantage of it.
  • Hear how a distributed security architecture can protect your “Data-In-Motion”
  • Improve your ability to predict and defend against the latest attacks targeting your business, whether SMB/SME, or Large Enterprise.

Presenters:

Mark Tubinis
Chief Commercial Officer
Veea, Inc.

Mark, an accomplished technology executive, has built and managed multi-national Engineering and Services Organizations. He has broad experience in virtualized and cloud based fixed and mobile service delivery (Voice, Video, Data and IoT), and has held Engineering Management, Product Management, and Strategic Planning roles over his career at Alcatel-Lucent, Cedar Point Communications, Savant, and SeaChange International.

Kumar Vishwanathan
EVP and Chief Technology Officer
Privafy

Kumar Vishwanathan is a seasoned technology development professional with more than 28 years of experience working in the IP telephony and networking industry.Previously, Kumar served in senior roles at Verizon, where he was part of the core founding team for Verizon Labs – the company’s nucleus of technology and product strategy information. Prior to Verizon, Kumar successfully co-founded three technology startups, one of which was acquired by Motorola.

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