Remote Workforce Safety and Best Practices —


Coffee Talk: Remote Employee Safety and Best Practices

Date: Thursday, May 12 at 11 a.m. PT / 2 p.m. ET

It’s time to stop thinking about the WFH. When people are working remotely, they may not be at home. Your remote working policies and procedures should also include public places. Block sightlines so strangers can’t see the screen, leave nothing unattended, leave nothing behind, beware of public Wi-Fi. Securing the users and devices dispersed in your region without installing hardware everywhere is a challenge that you must overcome.

This session will focus on many issues that you need to pay special attention to, including:

  • cloud cloud cloud
  • Policy development and enforcement
  • Handling sensitive information
  • Maintain encryption at all times
  • Qualify devices as well as users for network access
  • Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a must
  • Will a virtual private network (VPN) help you?
  • Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)
  • Worry about USB drives
  • Company data vs personal data
  • Corporate or Personal Internet Accounts
  • Corporate or personal devices
  • Phishing and ransomware
  • Backup as a key security strategy
  • Minimize patches and updates
  • The human factor

Join senior result Howard M. Cohen for a healthy cup of information and ideas on how to keep everyone and everything safe and productive at a distance!

Register now!

About the presenters:

Howard M. Cohen, Sr. Resultant, TechChannel Partner Results Group

He is a 35+ year executive veteran of the information technology industry who today writes for and on the IT channel. He is a frequent speaker at IT industry events including Microsoft Inspire, Citrix Synergy/Summit, ConnectWise IT Nation, ChannelPro Forums, Cloud Partners Summit, MicroCorp One-On-One and CompTIA ChannelCon, frequently hosts and presents webinars for many vendors and publications. .

Tyler Koltes, Solutions Consultant, JumpCloud

Date: 05/12/2022

Time: 11:00 a.m. (Pacific Time)


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