Saturday, February 20, 2021 / 10:00AM / FITC / Header Image Credit: FITC
With an increase in
geographically distributed remote working teams, as well as the likelihood of
remote work being long-term, the remote workforce is more vulnerable to malware
attacks, breaches, & hacking, as employees rely on their own Wi-Fi networks
& devices to access company data. To mitigate security risks, companies
must implement comprehensive policies & take proactive measures to ensure
the safety of company data.
the Financial Institutions Training Centre (FITC) is set to host a Technology Summit on Friday, February 26th, 2021 from 11:00am
(WAT), with the theme "2021 Hacking Prediction & Prevention:
Security Strategies to Enable the Remote Workforce".
The event will
focus on these key areas:
- 2021 Hacking Prediction & Prevention
- The Cybersecurity implications of working remotely:
Security Strategies to enable the remote workforce.
- 2021 Data Security trends and fastest-growing
cybersecurity skills to learn.
- Al and Cybersecurity: The role of artificial
intelligence in data breach prevention
- Enterprise Risk Management: Security insights and
highlights on how organizations can protect themselves from emerging threats.
at the Summit include:
- John Anyanwu, Partner & Head, Cyber Unit - Risk
Consulting, KPMG Nigeria
- Remi Afon, President, Cyber Security Expert's
Association of Nigeria (CSEAN)
- Sebastine Nzeadibe, Country Manager, Fortinet
event will be moderated by Leke Oshiyemi, Head, Learning and Development, FITC
and Folasade Abiola, Head, Learning Programmes, FITC.
participate in this event, click here http://bit.ly/FITCTechSummitFeb2021 to register.
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