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15 September 2020 | 16:00 PM (Hong Kong Time)

With most workers working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations and especially small & medium businesses, are left vulnerable to security risks. Most don’t have the budget or access to the skilled IT security staff employed in larger firms. They also don’t have the network and cloud security solutions required to protect a largely remote workforce – relying on employee knowledge of risks. One employee’s computer with access to the company’s intranet and infected with ransomware could potentially propagate to the rest of the company’s assets and bring disastrous economical loss & reputation damage.

How do you prevent your organization from suffering a cyber-attack that could cause huge business losses or make headlines? Sangfor Expert Jason Yuan will help you to find out how to minimize the cybersecurity risks for remote workers.

Speaker Profile

Speaker: Jason Yuan

Jason is the VP of Products & Marketing for the Sangfor International Marketing Department. With over 20 years of experience in the Technology sector, he has worked with exciting companies like Check Point, McAfee, Symantec and NSFOCUS, serving as head of product management, sales management and in product marketing and business development.