Cybersecurity During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Building a Defense Plan through Education
Christine DzouDec 08, 2020
In this podcast, guest speaker Professor Jonathan S. Weissman (RIT) joins Team Verkada to discuss how proactive education and advocacy can mitigate vulnerabilities that teams encounter daily in a connected society.
Major topics of discussion include:
The Impact of COVID-19 on Cybersecurity
How can you manage insecure networks in the WFH ecosystem at scale?
How has the pandemic changed people’s habits when working and browsing online?
How has the nature of online work changed in the past decade?
The Unpredictable Human Factor
Have the types of cyberattacks changed over time? Have their targets? Goals?
What is the best way to encourage responsible digital behavior in a large organization?
How does the way cybersecurity is taught in a college setting differ from education received on the job?
Cybersecurity as a Shared Responsibility
Can users and manufacturers prevent attacks on their own? If not, how must they cooperate?
What are some examples of the biggest vulnerabilities that have led to an attack or data breach?
How does an organization wisely invest in cybersecurity?
Christine Dzou is passionate about connecting customers with innovative solutions that solve real-world problems. At Verkada, she focuses on expanding the company's digital reach and identifying successful channels for opportunity creation.
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