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The Future of Security and Productivity in Our Newly Remote World


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Sponsored by JumpCloud

Tuesday, August 25 2020
3 pm EDT

As the modern office transitions to a decentralized and remote world, attack surfaces expand beyond the walls of headquarters and to the homes of all end users.

Identities, systems, networks, and virtually all IT resources are now more important than ever to harden and secure to mitigate these attack vectors. Even when end users are unable to spot a threat (e.g. phishing attempts), there are ways to bake in protection while keeping productivity high. 

So, what does this future look like? Join Rajat Bhargava, co-founder and CEO of JumpCloud, and Alan Shimel, Founder, CEO & Editor-in-Chief of MediaOps, to explore new and emerging standards for protecting identities, endpoints, and data.

What you will learn:
  • The fundamental difference between our legacy in-office environments and WFH from a security perspective
  • How forward-thinking concepts reduce threats and boost IT and end user productivity 
  • The future of security for IT teams and how you can prepare for it
  • How identities, systems, networks, and all IT resources fit into the larger picture of cybersecurity and end user productivity
Rajat Bhargava
Co-founder and CEO - JumpCloud
Rajat Bhargava is co-founder and CEO of JumpCloud, the first Directory-as-a-Service (DaaS). JumpCloud securely connects and manages employees, their devices and IT applications. An MIT graduate with two decades of experience in industries including cloud, security, networking and IT, Rajat is an eight-time entrepreneur with five exits including two IPOs, three trade sales and three companies still private.
Alan Shimel
Founder, CEO & Editor-in-chief - DevOps.com
As Founder, CEO & Editor-in-chief of MediaOps, the company behind DevOps.com, Container Journal, Security Boulevard and Digital Anarchist, as well as co-founder of the DevOps Institute, Alan Shimel is attuned to the world of technology, particularly cloud, DevOps, security and open source. With almost 30 years of entrepreneurial experience, Alan has been instrumental in the success of several organizations. Shimel is an often-cited personality in the security and technology community and is a sought-after speaker at industry and government conferences and events. In addition to his writing, his DevOps Chat podcast, DevOps TV and Digital Anarchist audio and videos are widely followed. 

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