Smart Working: The End of Security as We Know It?

A talk by Richard Knowlton
Director of Security Studies, Oxford Cyber Academy

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An overview of the increase in cyber-security risk caused by the swift move to home-working. The distinction between "smart working" and "distance working". What will the "new normal" look like post-Covid? What will be the balance between smart working, distance working and hybrid models of working. How will that shape the cyber-threat? Does there need to be a radical overview of security practices?
Takeways: - The "human risk factor" remains key. We need to manage it better. - Better use of the latest technologies (e.g. AI) offer a way forward but for many (most?) companies, their implementation remains a distant dream.

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