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Enabling people to work safely from anywhere is the new mandate for security. Many organizations must now replace the short-term workarounds implemented last year to keep people productive and safe. SASE was designed specifically for this use case.

Whether you’re on the road to a SASE approach or unclear on where to start, in a 5-step approach, you can select your preferred on-ramp in your journey to a SASE architecture and avoid looking in the rearview mirror. If you’re implementing SASE successfully, you will reach your final destination with Zero Trust principles applied.

Keeping the focus on enabling your remote workforce

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Powerful insider threat programs include all relevant stakeholders
Security alone can’t manage and drive a robust insider threat program —you need a broad team to properly manage and address these sophisticated threats.
Jackson Shaw
VP, Product Management - Cloud Access and Network
Forcepoint
John Peterson
Ericom
Chief Product Officer
The correct stakeholders vary depending upon your organization, but could include: Human Resources, Legal, Governance, Board Members, Business Continuity Officers, Information Technology, and Security.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recognizes the need for formal controls to address organizational risk.
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Powerful insider threat programs include all relevant stakeholders
Security alone can’t manage and drive a robust insider threat program —you need a broad team to properly manage and address these sophisticated threats.
Jackson Shaw
VP, Product Management - Cloud Access and Network
Forcepoint
John Peterson
Ericom
Chief Product Officer
The correct stakeholders vary depending upon your organization, but could include: Human Resources, Legal, Governance, Board Members, Business Continuity Officers, Information Technology, and Security.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recognizes the need for formal controls to address organizational risk.
Powerful insider threat programs include all relevant stakeholders
Security alone can’t manage and drive a robust insider threat program —you need a broad team to properly manage and address these sophisticated threats.
Jackson Shaw
VP, Product Management - Cloud Access and Network
Forcepoint
John Peterson
Ericom
Chief Product Officer
The correct stakeholders vary depending upon your organization, but could include: Human Resources, Legal, Governance, Board Members, Business Continuity Officers, Information Technology, and Security.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recognizes the need for formal controls to address organizational risk.

The series will be available in multiple time zones: 

Americas 11:00 AM CT | Europe 11:00 AM CEST | Asia Pacific 9:30am IST · Noon SGT · 2pm AEST

Matt Moynahan

CEO

Forcepoint

Sandy Carter

Vice President, Public Sector Partners and Programs

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Ramin Beheshti

Chief Product and Technology Officer 

Dow Jones

Presenters

Matt Moynahan

CEO

Forcepoint

Sandy Carter

Vice President, Public Sector Partners and Programs

Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Ramin Beheshti

Chief Product and Technology Officer 

Dow Jones

Presenters

Name TBD

Role TBD

Company TBD

Ramin Beheshti

Chief Product and Technology Officer 

Dow Jones

Presenter

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Location

The Forcepoint Cyber Experience Center is located in the Seaport District at: 

22 Thomson Place
Boston, MA 
02210

The Forcepoint Cyber Experience Center is located at: 
22 Thomson Pl
Boston, MA 02210

Parking

Vouchered parking is available at the Stilling Parking Garage adjacent to our facility at 11 Stilling Street.

Vouchered parking is available at the Stilling Parking Garage adjacent to our facility at 11 Stilling Street.

  • When people working in multiple places at once, security must keep up
  • SASE often starts with web/cloud security
  • Remote Browser Isolation (RBI), the latest in web security and SASE, is Zero Trust as a Service (ZTaaS)

In this session we dive into step 1 and learn how:

88% of SASE users are confident they have visibility to all cloud usage.

We'll show you a 5-step approach where you can select the on-ramp in your SASE journey.  Let's explore how to make data safe everywhere, so your people can work anywhere. See the full schedule below.


Step 5: Continuously Monitor User Risk for Better Remote Worker Security | Jul 7, 2021

Discover new ways you can securely move to the cloud by starting with continuously monitoring user risk through SASE with these takeaways:

What you’ll learn every two weeks

We'll show you a 5-step approach where you can select the on-ramp in your SASE journey.  Let's explore how to make data safe everywhere, so your people can work anywhere. See the full schedule below.

Step 5: Continuously Monitor User Risk for Better Remote Worker Security | Jul 7, 2021

Discover new ways you can securely move to the cloud by starting with continuously monitoring user risk through SASE with these takeaways:

Session Details

Virtual Series: 
5 Steps to SASE

A bi-weekly series that brings SASE into focus with Zero Trust principles.

Read the Report

Jul 7, 2021 

Step 5: Continuously Monitoring User Risk for Better Remote Worker Security

Knowing who is actually at the ‘other end’ is much harder when people are remote.

Behavioral intelligence is the key to understanding who is really there.

Defining policies in terms of risk boosts security, simplicity, and productivity.

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Jim Fulton

SASE and Zero Trust Solutions Director

Forcepoint

Phil D'Angio

Vice President of User Protection and Insider Risk Solutions

Forcepoint

Presenters

Vice President of User Protection and Insider Risk Solutions

SASE and Zero Trust Solutions Director

Jim Fulton

Forcepoint

Presenters

Phil D'Angio

5 Steps to SASE Schedule

Step 1: Protect Remote Workers on Web & Cloud
May 12, 2021 | Register Now

Step 2: Control Access to Cloud & Private Apps without VPNs
May 26, 2021 | Register Now

Step 3: Safeguard Usage of Data Everywhere
June 9, 2021 | Register Now

Step 4: Connect & Protect Branch Offices
June 23, 2021 | Register Now

Step 5: Continuously Monitor User Risk
July 7, 2021 |
Register Now

88% of SASE users are confident they have visibility to all cloud usage.

Enabling people to work safely from anywhere is the new mandate for security. Many organizations must now replace the short-term workarounds implemented last year to keep people productive and safe. SASE was designed specifically for this use case.

Whether you’re on the road to a SASE approach or unclear on where to start, in a 5-step approach, you can select your preferred on-ramp in your journey to a SASE architecture and avoid looking in the rearview mirror. If you’re implementing SASE successfully, you will reach your final destination with Zero Trust principles applied.

Series Details

Jul 7, 2021 | Step 5: Continuously Monitoring User Risk for Better Remote Worker Security

Virtual Series: 
5 Steps to SASE

A bi-weekly series that brings SASE into focus with Zero Trust principles.