After spending months in lockdown working remotely, employees expectations and prioritises around their work-life balance have evolved. Some may be glad to return to the office, others prefer a flexible schedule, whilst others may never return to the office at all.
This is a hybrid work model, and many organisations are exploring whether this should be the new default way of working.
But how does this affect your IT teams? 85% of IT leaders believe their security teams will be under higher pressure with hybrid or remote working. This, paired with the rise in phishing and ransomware attacks, means your team is working at capacity, stretched and needing extra resources.
In this session, we look to the future and explore how innovative technologies can help relieve the burden.
Martin Smith MBE, Chairman & Founder, The SASIG
Ayala Ples, Customer Success Manager, Tessian
Ameet Jugnauth, Head of IT Risk & Governance, Lloyds Banking Group
Stuart Frost BEM, Head of Enterprise Security & Risk Management, DWP