Coffee Talk: Attack Roundup: Top Remote Device Threats in Q4 and Beyond (and How To Stop Them)
Date: Thursday, November 30 at 11am PT / 2pm ET
Join us live to qualify to receive a $5 Starbucks gift card!*
To say that there are more remote devices and more threat risks would be an understatement. The number of threat risks and attack surfaces or points of vulnerability continues to increase. Remote devices range from IoT sensors, cameras, controllers, network end-points, workstations, USB devices, tablets, laptops, and smartphones. Your organization depends on remote devices from core to edge, mobile and work-from-home workers, remote partners, clients, and suppliers. Bad actors are becoming more sophisticated in attacking your environment using technology tools and techniques that impact your remote devices.
Join Greg Schulz, Author and senior analyst at Server StorageIO and Microsoft MVP Cloud Data Center Management, as he discusses trends, issues, and challenges around remote device threats in Q4 and beyond and how to protect them.
What you will take away from this discussion:
- Attackers are using technology and techniques in new ways
- What the threat risks are, and how to protect remote devices
- Importance of protecting your remote devices
- Balancing security with user productivity
- Preventing and recovering from remote device threats
- Best practices, tips, and recommendations
Here is the AGENDA for the Coffee Talk:
11:00 a.m. PT / 2:00 p.m. ET
Top Remote Device Threats in Q4 and Beyond (and How To Stop Them)
11:45 a.m. PT / 2:45 p.m. ET
Our Industry Expert:
Greg Schulz, Author and Senior Analyst, Server Storage IO
Greg Schulz is a founder and senior advisor at Server StorageIO, an independent IT advisory, consultancy, and creative services firm. A Microsoft MVP in Cloud Data Center Management and a ten-time VMware vExpert, he brings a diverse background to his work as a consulting analyst, with a real-world perspective across applications, data infrastructures, hardware, software, and clouds. He's also the author of several books.
John K. Waters, Editor at Large, Redmondmag.com
Our Featured Presenter:
Dave Hunter, Senior Engineer, Quest
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Time: 11:00 am PT