Drs. Matthew Pooley and Christoper Williams
COVID-19 has caused a sudden uptick in the use of remote-working tools such as video conferencing and online collaboration platforms. Now more than ever, it is important for companies to consider their security procedures for ensuring new services used by their employees are not exposing them or their data to unintended risks.
You are invited to join Exponent's Drs. Matthew Pooley and Christopher Williams, who will highlight some common security considerations, and discuss ways in which Cloud security can be implemented as default without causing user inconvenience. These topics may also have relevance to lawsuits involving unintended data leaks or privacy violations, and also to disputes between service providers and users regarding who is responsible for ensuring proper security configurations are implemented.
Participants will learn:
· Common security considerations for Cloud-based services;· Ways in which rapid development and adoption of Cloud services can expose companies to technical/data risks · Architecture for security-as-default, without negatively impacting user experience· Advantages of obtaining proper technical expertise, rather than merely seeking compliance-related assessment, for informing opinions regarding Cloud-related disputes
Registration is free to VADA members, but an RSVP is requested here.
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