A CNBC survey of top executives in human resources, finance, and technology found that 45% plan to use a hybrid work model — a mix of remote and office work — for the second half of 2021. The key drivers behind this decision? Employee wellness and improved productivity.

But hybrid work environments involve different cyber risks, no matter the size of your business. Couple that with the fact that cyber crime spiked 600% since the start of COVID-19, and leaders are facing a whole new set of security challenges.

Tune in to this VB Live event to discuss the cyber risks associated with hybrid work and how companies can effectively protect their networks, cloud services, and endpoints from the most sophisticated attackers out there.

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Presented by VentureBeat x Field Effect.
  • The biggest cyber risks associated with hybrid environments
  • Emerging threats for startups, scale-ups, and mid-sized businesses
  • Steps for creating a secure infrastructure for new work norms
  • How to mitigate risk and maximize defence (even if your IT is outsourced)
Ernie Sherman
President, Fuelled Networks
Ernie has a strong passion for helping businesses, entrepreneurs, and professionals become more productive and successful, while allowing them to feel at ease and secure when it comes to their Information Technology needs.

As the President of Fuelled Networks since 1998, he specializes in providing no-nonsense, flawless, and prompt technical support to businesses, with in-depth consulting on Fortinet, Microsoft, Microsoft Cloud Stack, and security.
William H. Dutton
Oxford Martin Fellow, Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC), University of Oxford
Bill Dutton was the Quello Professor of Media and Information Policy at Michigan State University, where he was Director of the Quello Center from 2014-18. Prior to that position, he was the OII’s Founding Director, a Fellow of Balliol College and the first Professor of Internet Studies at Oxford University. Before coming to Oxford in 2002, he was a Professor in the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California, where he is now an Emeritus Professor. In the UK, he was a Fulbright Scholar 1986-87, and was National Director of the UK’s Programme on Information and Communication Technologies (PICT) from 1993 to 1996.
Andrew Milne
Chief Revenue Officer, Field Effect
Andrew Milne builds and creates connections between products, clients and market fit. With a career that spans more than two decades, he inspires clients and audiences to innovate, change, and challenge traditional business thinking.

He is a sought-after speaker on marketing, digital transformation and audience engagement, and how these topics will shape the future of business.
Seth Colaner
Moderator, VentureBeat
Seth is a longtime tech journalist who has covered a wide swath of the tech sphere, including personal computing, the cloud, cybersecurity, mobile, virtual reality, and AI.
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