Date: June 29, 2022
Time: 10 a.m. EDT/3 p.m. BST/7:30 p.m. IST
Topic: : Does Remote Work Present a Major Cybersecurity Threat?
Not everyone has the cybersecurity skills or awareness to stay safe on the internet, where hackers often use sophisticated tactics to prey on unsuspecting users. This is especially problematic for employees who work from home, making remote work a leading cause for concern for companies and security teams.
Cybersecurity experts must stay current on new threats, challenges, mitigation measures, and best practices to resist advanced cyberattacks and secure their organizations’ sensitive data. This webinar will explore the size of the threat landscape for employees working from home and what businesses can do to assess cyber risk and stay ahead of the game. Join us to learn how ethical hacking can help organizations thwart potential cyberthreats.
- Top cyberthreats and risks for remote workers
- Common cybersecurity issues for remote workers
- Best practices for home offices and work-from-home employment models
- The importance of ethical hacking for organizations
Arun Soni, Author and Cybersecurity Expert
Bio: Arun Soni is an internationally acclaimed author and cybersecurity expert from Chandigarh, India. He has authored a total of 164 books for schools and colleges on the topics of information technology, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity that are widely read by millions of students globally. His latest book, The Cybersecurity-Self Help Guide, is available worldwide from leading publisher Taylor & Francis. He was recognized in the Limca Book of Records under the category “Most Computer Books Written at the Age of 37” and holds many other national and international records.
Arun is an EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) and a cybersecurity consultant. He conducts webinars, seminars, and workshops for schools, colleges, and corporations and has appeared as an expert commentator on several TV channels and FM radio stations. In addition, many leading media and news organizations have covered his contributions to computer education and cybersecurity, including The Tribune, The Indian Express, Times of India, Dainik Bhaskar, Yahoo News, The
Economic Times, Business Standard, ANI, The Print, ZEE5, Dailyhunt, England News Portal, France Network Times, Kuwait Times, and UAE Times, among others.
*Examples, analysis, views and opinion shared by the speakers are personal and not endorsed by EC-Council or their respective employer(s)