eMazzanti live virtual cybersecurity workshops to feature security and wireless experts on next steps to protect organizations and minimize work-from-home risk
Hoboken, New Jersey (February 15, 2021) – eMazzanti Technologies, a specialist in cybersecurity, is hosting two informative cybersecurity workshops. The live virtual sessions describe and address the current landscape of cyber-threats and feature experts from WatchGuard Technologies.
The first virtual event entitled, “2021 Cyber Threat Landscape: What is Happening Now and What You Need to Know,” is scheduled February 19, 2021 at 11:00 am EST.
In this session, Marc Laliberte, WatchGuard Senior Security Analyst, will deliver an interactive workshop to discuss 2021 cyber-threats. Everyone saw the devastating Solar Winds attack at the beginning of the year. Forewarned is forearmed. Thus, Mr. Laliberte will prepare attendees for important next steps to protect their organizations.
The second virtual event, “Enable Your Remote Workforce – Secure Your Wi-Fi Resources to Prevent Cyber Risk,” is scheduled March 19, 2021 at 11:00 am EST.
Here, Jim Steinbacher, WatchGuard Technical Evangelist for Wireless, will deliver an interactive workshop focused exclusively on the biggest threat surface in 2021, WIFI. Remote work has intensified the exposure to threats. And leaders need to participate to ensure their businesses and employees are not at risk.
The ever-changing Cybersecurity threat matrix requires business leaders to stay on top of every threat. Interested parties may register now for one or both sessions to confirm their spot. Limited seating is available.
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For 20 years, eMazzanti Technologies has helped organizations navigate the cybersecurity landscape to protect customer information and business assets. With a new paradigm in business IT, eMazzanti encourages leaders to update their cybersecurity strategies to be prepared.
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