Security Never Sleeps: Why a Secure Network is a Must for Testing in the Age of Remote Work

Posted Jul 31st, 2020

Webinar Date: Jul 29th, 2020

In this age of digital transformation and remote work, employees are working from home, often with their own devices (BYOD), and the endpoint is now everywhere, creating more challenges for security and IT teams.

With more organizations moving resources to the cloud as well as adopting remote work as a permanent model for the foreseeable future, legacy hardware solutions are no longer relevant in securing your network.

While working from home can increase productivity, improve employee performance and reduce costs for organizations, it also introduces a new set of security risks as hackers are taking advantage of this new reality. As cloud adoption and BYOD are on the rise, security and IT teams must face the challenge of securing the network from outside the office.

The transition to the cloud is inevitable and necessary, but it comes with a host of cyber risks. Streamlining and automating testing of mobile and desktop apps through the cloud saves organizations time, money, and resources but it is important to make sure that the testing environment on the cloud is secured. When testing product, web, or mobile applications, employees’ networks and connections must be secured in order to add another layer of protection against hackers trying to breach the testing environment.

In this webinar, security experts Sivan Tehila and Justin Dolly will discuss:

  • The various threats to your network and to your testing environment that have come about as a result of remote work

  • How cybersecurity is an integral part of the organization's business continuity plan

  • Tips and best practices for securing the home network when the endpoint is now everywhere

Watch the webinar to learn more.

About our speakers

Justin Dolly

Justin Dolly

Chief Information & Chief Security Officer

Sivan Tehila

Sivan Tehila

Director of Solution Architecture, Perimeter 81

Sivan is a cybersecurity expert with over 13 years of experience in the industry, having served in the IDF as an Intelligence Officer and then in various field positions including Information Security Officer and a cybersecurity consultant. For the past two years, Sivan has dedicated herself to promoting women in Cybersecurity and founded the Leading Cyber Ladies community in NYC.