Remote workforces have quickly become the new normal in most organizations. This presents an opportunity to enable new capabilities for employees while continuing to deliver on commitments to clients and the business. During this session, Insight’s National Practice Director of Network and Cloud Security will discuss how to effectively empower your remote workforce and ensure you are meeting the technology, security and business continuity requirements of your organization.
Regardless of the reason, enabling a remote workforce isn’t simply giving users remote access to the network. It involves much more than that from a security perspective. Learn key considerations so you plan your security program to enable remote workers.
- Technology needs – from remote access solutions to desktop virtualization/VDI and VPN optimization
- Managing the increased demands on your network and cloud
- Recognizing the rapid pace of change and the need to address unique worker profiles
- Ensuring your remote network access is secure – across endpoints and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
About Jason Rader
Jason Rader joined in 2015 to define and build out Insight’s National Security Practice. He is charged with managing the security portfolio including strategic consulting offerings and technology-focused solutions. Jason has over 25 years experience and a deep understanding of the skills, tools, and methodologies required to deliver true solutions related to today’s security challenges. He likes to be known as a “business consultant who happens to be a security expert” and not the other way around. This approach requires vision beyond individual security projects and focuses on business outcomes and an organization’s overall security program. Jason is known for his expertise in operationalizing security and being a thought leader and sought-after speaker in the threat intelligence and security operations spaces.
Prior to joining Insight, Rader was the Chief Security Strategist and Director of Cyber Threat Intelligence for EMC’s Security Division, RSA, where he was focused on developing enterprise security management strategies in the areas of health care, government, and the financial sector. He also led the RSA Research group in the collection and publication of cyberthreat intelligence related to the latest cyberattacks and advanced threat groups.