IDC & LastPass by LogMeIn Virtual Roundtable

LastPass and The Future of Work: Enablement, Engagement and Empathy

March 23, 2021
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General Information

 

March 23, 2021

 

9am GMT

 

Zoom

Overview

The new working normal creates tension between robust security and access to resources. Cumbersome and repetitive security protocols hinder productivity and impact employee experience (EX). For end users, the benefits of personalisation compete with the desire for data privacy. Further challenges arise with the need to create individual, temporary identities for contract or gig workers, bringing additional security risk and diminished experience for workers that must manage multiple digital identities.

A new paradigm for authentication, access, and security is required to help organisations balance compliance mandates and the need to ensure digital trust with the need to be productive, innovative, and competitive.

Join this virtual roundtable for an in-depth discussion with a select group of fellow senior executives on the following key topics:

Achieving balance: Security must be transparent to worker experience. 1 in 3 European organisations see removing friction as a priority for work transformation. How should organisations balance the need for adequate, robust controls with the need for flexibility and an employee experience that is conducive to maintaining productivity?

Bridging the gaps: Multigenerational workforces can increase complexity as security and privacy thresholds vary. Managing access for both full-time employees (FTEs) and contract or gig workers also brings challenges. What are the solutions for harnessing heterogeneous workforces and optimising performance and end-user experience?

Digital identity: IDC believes that by 2023, 30% of the workforce will have their own secure portable and private digital work identity, enabling them to access the tools and data they need across business entities. What is the strategy for your organisation? What are the barriers to achieving those goals?

Workforce transformation: Looking more broadly, according to IDC research, the top 3 challenges to implementing workforce transformation are cultural resistance (60%), limited digital expertise (40%), and unclear vision and strategy (33%). How do you see those challenges within your organisation and what steps should be taken to address them?

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Agenda

Time Event & Speakers
9:00

Welcome From IDC and Delegate Introductions

9:15

IDC Presentation

Mark Child

Research Manager, European Security, IDC CEMA
9:25

LastPass by LogMeIn Welcome Address

Rossa Malone

Senior Enterprise Sales Manager, LastPass By LogMeIn
9:35

First Roundtable Discussion

Achieving balance: Security must be transparent to worker experience. 1 in 3 European organisations see removing friction as a priority for work transformation. How should organisations balance the need for adequate, robust controls with the need for flexibility and an employee experience that is conducive to maintaining productivity?

Bridging the gaps: Multigenerational workforces can increase complexity as security and privacy thresholds vary. Managing access for both full-time employees (FTEs) and contract or gig workers also brings challenges. What are the solutions for harnessing heterogeneous workforces and optimising performance and end-user experience?

10:00

Second Roundtable Discussion

Digital identity: IDC believes that by 2023, 30% of the workforce will have their own secure portable and private digital work identity, enabling them to access the tools and data they need across business entities. What is the strategy for your organisation? What are the barriers to achieving those goals?

Workforce transformation: Looking more broadly, according to IDC research, the top 3 challenges to implementing workforce transformation are cultural resistance (60%), limited digital expertise (40%), and unclear vision and strategy (33%). How do you see those challenges within your organisation and what steps should be taken to address them?

10:25

IDC Summary and a Thank You from LastPass by LogMeIn

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