How to maximize your IT security for a remote & hybrid workforce

Tuesday 4th October 2022

More employees working remotely means more opportunities for cybercriminals to breach IT defenses.

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Make sure your business’ security is up to par.

Employees working remote or have a hybrid arrangement with your business, can create numerous security and data safety challenges such as data protection, data leaks and lost devices.

Join us for an insightful session where we’ll outline the top 5 smart and effective tips that can improve your business IT security. So you can better tackle the challenges of a hybrid transition, and manage distributed employees.

The live discussion will cover:

  • How to build a robust remote work policy to ensure efficiency and security
  • Investing in technologies that support remote work
  • Using a unified endpoint management solution
  • Focussing on cybersecurity


Craig Allen

Craig Allen

CTO & GM | Kaseya Asia Pacific

With proven leadership skills and a deep process driven work practice, Craig has been able to drive improvements in the effectiveness of both pre and post sales engineering teams to ensure a strong record of success in delivering against business objectives..

Matt Trustrum

Matt Trustrum

Growth Facilitator - Entrepreneurs' Programme | My Business

Matt has spent over 20 years in the international business, entrepreneurship and early-stage arena, having supported hundreds of founders, scale-up business' and C-Suite Executives around the world, primarily in the Technology, Services, Finance & Talent industries.

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