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The Reality of Digital Collaboration – Unknown Risks, Misconceptions and Real Time Privacy Concerns

  • Monday, June 22, 2020 at 1:00 PM EDT (2020-06-22 17:00:00 UTC)
  • Mark Ostrowski

Sponsors

  • Check Point Software Technologies, Inc.
  • Iovations

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Overview

As businesses allow entire employee populations to work from anywhere, it has opened up new risks and dramatically increased the attack surface literally overnight.  What previously took place in the seemingly safe confines of corporate offices, conference rooms and boardrooms, has now been exposed to the world in a completely new way. Not only are employees connecting in and accessing data on corporate networks, they are exposing confidential information over digital collaboration tools that contain video and audio through normal person-to-person communications. Imagine an executive meeting broadcast on the evening world news. In our presentation, we will discuss these new risks and the misconceptions around the security and privacy of digital collaboration, while offering insight into the current threat landscape.

Speaker Bio

Mark Ostrowski

Mark has over 20 years' experience in IT security and has helped design and support some of the largest security environments in the country. As an evangelist at Check Point Software, Mark provides thought leadership for the IT security industry outlining the current threat landscape and helping organizations understand how they can pro-actively mitigate and manage risk in our world of digital transformation. Mark actively contributes to national and local media discussing cyber security and its effects in business and at home.

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