PWC's Best Practices: Securing the Office of the Future...
Today's show focuses on answering the question: How do organizations Secure the Office of the Future?
Businesses demonstrated that they can quickly shift their workforces from on-premise to remote - with 73% of executives calling it a success, based on PwC’s recent remote work survey.
However, many admit that they have much more to do to prove that their remote-work arrangements are secure.
And there isn’t much time - with 62% expecting risks from use of non-enterprise devices and software in the next six months due to remote work according to PwC’s Digital Trust Insights Pulse Survey.
CISOs face a unique opportunity to both secure and enable their businesses, but must make strategic investments with budgets likely to remain flat for the foreseeable future.
Should the transition to the (remote) office of the future come with the price of a cyber attack?
Some companies are considering remote work as a permanent arrangement for some of their employees. What steps do CISOs/cyber professionals need to take to enable workers to switch seamlessly between home and office for both themselves and with their co-workers while keeping adequate security controls?
You will learn about the biggest threats facing companies with newly remote workforces?
What are the common pitfalls in the shift to a remote work environment?
How have cyber professionals/CISOs responded, and where are the opportunities for them?
What should employers and employees keep in mind in terms of cyber awareness and training?
With budgets unlikely to grow, what investments should cyber professionals/CISOs prioritize now to secure a remote work environment? What cyber investments should they prioritize to help companies usher in a new digitally agile environment?
We haver a fantastic panel of unsung cyber heroes who represent the countless people who toil in anonymity to keep us safe at home, work and school!.
Sean Joyce is PwC's Global and US Cybersecurity, Privacy & Forensics Leader, working with clients in various sectors providing strategic guidance, leading transformational initiatives, and advising on incident breach response and how to use cybersecurity and resiliency as business enablers.
Sean previously served as the Deputy Director with the FBI, and had daily oversight of the 36,000 men and women of the FBI and its $8 billion annual budget.
Emily Staff is PwC’s Cybersecurity, Privacy and Forensics Integrated Solutions Leader, specializing in incident & threat management, crisis management, cybersecurity strategy and product & service strategy and leadership.
Ms. Stapf serves as a strategic advisor to commercial clients for complex cybersecurity investigations, cybersecurity strategy, trust, resilience and business enablement solutions, and regulatory and litigation matters involving sensitive information.
Dr. Deniz Caglar is a leading practitioner in strategic cost transformation for Strategy&, PwC's strategy consulting business, based in Chicago. He has deep expertise in organization design, corporate function efficiency and effectiveness, shared services, and outsourcing/offshoring.
He primarily focuses on Consumer Packaged Goods and Retail industries and also has extensive experience in Automotive, Healthcare, and Financial Services industries.
Stay tuned and you will get answers to these questions and more on today's show!
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