[On-Demand Webinar] The Art of Invisibility: Important New Privacy Concerns for Your Quickly Evolving Remote Workforce

ArtOfInvisibility-OD-SocialCorporate privacy concerns are more paramount right now than ever before. Organizations are being forced to maneuver a new world of security and privacy issues related to a remote workforce, evolving hardware/software needs, and employee access policies. Kevin Mitnick knows this world well. In fact, that's the topic of his book, The Art of Invisibility.

Join us for this exclusive webinar as Kevin Mitnick, KnowBe4's Chief Hacking Officer, and Perry Carpenter, KnowBe4's Chief Evangelist and Strategy Officer, enter into an eye-opening discussion of the expected and unexpected risks this workforce evolution brings.

They will discuss topics including:

  • Privacy concerns around employees using personal devices for business purposes

  • Security issues with various operating systems, mobile devices, and the Internet of Things

  • The reality of "deep privacy" and how tied together devices, systems, and surveillance really are

  • Shocking new demonstrations that will change the way you think about privacy

  • Why new-school security awareness training is more critical than ever before

Find out what you need to know to keep the bad guys from accessing your organization's critical data! Plus, earn CPE Credit for attending. 

Can't attend live? No worries — register now and you will receive a link to view the presentation on-demand afterwards.

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