Anticoronavirus Online Session

Security As a Part of Business Continuity In the New Global Circumstance

April 16, 2020
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COVID-19 is the topic of the month, but the chances are this problem will span the longer term. As companies follow directives and suggestions from health organizations and governments, the workforce shifts to more and more distributed operations model. One clear consequence of this situation is threat landscape expanding further. Expectation of attacks number increasing multiplied by general unpreparedness of existing governance and operations models to handle distributed environments will lead to obvious and unpleasant results. We can continue the list of problems connected to COVID-19 with things like SOC physical maintenance restrictions, increasing pressure of skills gap, budget freezes, unavailability of turnkey project teams, and so on. What should be the focus for organizations under pressure? Which actions to prioritize? Who should be involved in the security and overall IT response discussion? This session is held to investigate those questions and setting the ground for extended collaboration.



Event Highlights

We would like to thank all the delegates and the partners who participated at this event.

A selected group of IT and business leaders came together to network and learn from IDCs analysts, inspiring speakers and dedicated advisory board members, who were at the forefront of the lively and interactive discussion.

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Key Topics


Compliance program under the stress-test


Prioritizing actions and choosing the tools while shifting to distributed office model


SOC on remote: how to keep security operations running with virtually no one in the house


Disaster recovery plan and IT security governance during COVID-19


Cloud, managed services, or both: how to securely expand enterprise infrastructure


Changing role of CISO as a business enabler after COVID-19


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Who Is It For?

Anticoronavirus Online Session - virtual event, in which will take part the first heads of major enterprises and organizations, their deputies, heads of IT departments and divisions, heads of information security services and directors working with critical infrastructures, information security analysts, risk management directors, IT infrastructure architects , top managers of world technology leaders in the field of information security.


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Why Attend


Explore key trends shaping security decisions across the region


Learn about proven best practices through real-life case studies


Opportunity ask questions to speakers to solve the most urgent tasks, common problems and exchange of experience


Gain a clearer understanding of current security challenges

Raffle Prizes

At the end of the online session, two gift cards from LitRes and online training in information security for management from Kaspersky will be raffled!



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