Maintaining Strong Security in The Work From Home World

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Maintaining Strong Security in The Work From Home World
May 14
1:00 PM
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In this webinar, we discuss commonly overlooked security controls when working from home.

Some companies have allowed a large number of workers to work remotely in the past, but others did not... until the Coronavirus arrived. In these challenging times, you need to look at security and access to data a bit differently. 

The good news is that more than likely, your company has many techniques in place or ready to easily implement. However, there are some controls that are often overlooked, and since "a chain is only as strong as its weakest link," it is critical that you make sure all security controls are addressed. In this webinar, we will highlight these commonly overlooked controls.

 Learning Objectives:

· Learn about commonly overlooked controls for a remote workforce

· Recognize weaknesses in your own control environment for remote work

· Identify a step by step approach to ensuring application and user security is not compromised 


· Alex Meyer, Director of Dynamics AX/365 for Finance & Operations Development, Fastpath

· Frank Vukovits, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Fastpath 

Additional Information:

Field of Study: Management Services

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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