As many employees continue to work remotely and split time between working in the office and home, the focus on the cloud is growing. Technology like Microsoft 365 helps small businesses remain competitive in the hybrid workplace.
While it helps your team achieve results and stay connected when working from anywhere, the flexibility of the cloud creates security risks. Making sure your cybersecurity strategy shifts with the way you work is important in keeping your organization safe from cyber threats.
Prevention & Recovery: IT Security in the Hybrid WorkPlace
That’s why we’re focusing this 1-hour discussion on prevention & recovery. More specifically, we’re talking about preventing cyber attacks with Microsoft 365 security tools and investing in cyber insurance as a way to recover from one.
What you’ll learn
- How Microsoft 365 can help protect against phishing attacks
- The risks of using passwords and how Microsoft 365 can help keep attackers out without making it harder for your employees to log in.
- Why Azure AD and InTune may replace the domain controller in your office
- How cyber insurance protects your organization and what may be excluded from your coverage
- What impacts the cost of a cyber policy
Meet our guests
Rob Witteman, Project Lead at WorkSmart
Rob has worked for a total of 8 years in the MSP space, and has been with WorkSmart for 4 of those years. He currently serves as WorkSmart’s Onboarding Project Lead.
In this role, Rob focuses on new client onboarding projects to ensure a successful start to their partnership with WorkSmart.
As a Microsoft certified IT professional, Rob helps companies leverage Microsoft technologies and leads the team in training to keep everyone on pace with Microsoft’s evolving platform. He believes in using technology to make work easier and to make the tech experience as smooth as possible for everyone.
Ralph Whitehurst Jr, Business Development at Triangle Risk Advisors
As President/CEO of Total Retirement Planning and Whitehurst Strategic Partners, Ralph has transformed a successful hometown insurance agency into a regional leader for evolving businesses and family financial consulting, specializing in retirement planning, estate preservation, risk management, business and family consulting.
After merging his practice with Triangle Risk Advisors, LLC in 2019, Ralph continues his role, along with serving on numerous safety and advisory boards for both insurance companies and clients.
Ralph understands that every client’s needs are unique, therefore the firm uses proprietary processes to identify those needs and create a custom roadmap for each client.