The work from home era has changed how employees around the world go about their daily work tasks. As many of us continue to swap our offices for our kitchen tables and spare bedrooms, how organizations approach cybersecurity needs to adapt to this new normal.
- Why businesses are approaching security the wrong way
- How to look at data in a different way and seeing that recovery alone isn’t enough
- How business drivers have and will keep shifting in the new year and what to look out for
- Translating the “why” data resiliency is important to all departments (i.e., legal, technical, and sales) and how to they can work together without killing each other and all achieve their objectives
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