As the landscape of work continues to evolve in post-COVID recovery, businesses are faced with the challenge of how to refine remote work as a standard practice. CFOs now need to rebalance the costs of cloud transportation, keep remote workers secure and happy, and address office vacancies. According to PwC, 47% of CFOs say their top priority is building predictive models and scenario analysis capabilities.
Join us as our digital transformation experts dive deep into the intricacies of remote work security. We will explore various topics such as data breaches, insider threats, phishing attacks, cloud transformation, and the importance of secure remote access.
- CFOs will be equipped to protect their organization’s financial assets and reduce costs in the era of remote work.
- Uncover the hidden predictive costs for restructuring remote work, cloud transportation, and office vacancies.
- Practical guidance on building a robust cybersecurity framework, implementing effective remote work policies, and fostering a culture of security awareness within the finance department.
Executives will gain an understanding of the new risk profile of remote work, enabling you to build a predictive model and scenario analysis to make decisions that safeguard your organization’s financial interests. Reserve your spot today and ensure your organization remains resilient in the face of evolving cyber threats.
Patrick Harrington, iBridge Cloud Technologies
Patrick Harrington, the Strategic Alliance Lead for iBridge Cloud Technologies, co-founder of AXISFLOW, an early pioneer in cloud and managed services. Harrington was instrumental in the creation of Wi-Fi Rail and TSE-N North Americas. Wi-Fi Rail focused on delivering high-speed dedicated bandwidth to moving vehicles and laying fiber optic pathways connected to data center applications across public rights of way, including subway systems, light rails, and predetermined pathways. Meanwhile, TSE-N North Americas developed security protocols and facial recognition systems in the transportation sector.
Rebecca Rakoski, XPAN Law Partners
Co-founder and managing partner of XPAN Law Partners, LLP. Rebecca counsels and defends public and private corporations, and their boards, during data breaches and responds to state/federal regulatory compliance and enforcement actions. As an experienced litigator, Rebecca has handled hundreds of matters in state and federal courts. Rebecca skillfully manages the intersection of state, federal, and international regulations that affect the transfer, storage, and collection of data to aggressively mitigate her client’s litigation risks.
George Usi, Omnistruct
An internet pioneer and award-winning leader in Internet governance with over 25 years of experience, George Usi knows that getting hacked is not a matter of ‘if’ but, ‘when’ and the fiscal and reputational effects that has on a business, the executives, and the board.