In response to the coronavirus pandemic, organizations worldwide switch to remote offices, implementing work-from-home policies. However, managing an entirely remote workforce is completely new for many businesses. This means they may lack policies and technologies that enable employees to work from home safely and securely. Moreover, there is an increase in coronavirus-related phishing attacks, so the workers are recommended to be particularly careful with any mails referencing the coronavirus.
During the seminar 10Guards experts told about:
- Possible risks of working from home
- Cybersecurity and remote working
- How to keep integrity of data and services
- Confidentiality of clients` and company`s information
- Availability and business continuity
Vitaliy Yakushev, Operations Officer, 10Guards. Vitaliy is a high-level professional in the fields of information technology and data security, as well as an experienced leader in driving innovation and execution at scale. He has over 15 years' experience in diversified national and international projects in building and operating advanced information systems. He teaches cybersecurity risk management course within the Ukrainian MBA program at the International Institute of Business.
Alexander Smychnikov, Director of business consulting department, 10Guards. Alexander has over 12-year experience in corporate business consulting in alignment with security. He is a member of International Association of Information Technology Asset Managers (IAITAM) and International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).