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The workforce is changing. ‘Digital natives’ are beginning their careers. Social media, gaming and apps have shaped their methods of communication and notions of privacy. Technology is intuitive, omnipresent and to a large extent, puts them in control. This is the experience new generations have come to expect.
How does security policy adapt and balance the needs of the 18-80 workforce? How does security support the flexible, on-demand, cloud-based working that characterises the modern organisation?
Join this evening event to explore why the workforce is different, what new behaviours are emerging and how security strategy needs to adapt.
18.00 Registration opens. Drinks reception
18:25 Welcome and introduction
18:30 Privacy, security, technology: understanding behaviours in the next generation of workers
Professor Adam Joinson, Professor of Information Systems, University of Bath, and Programme Lead, National Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats
18:45 Adaptive security for the multi-generational workplace
Mike Smart, Security Strategist, Forcepoint
19:00 A new generation of security culture
Marilise de Villiers, Director of Security Skills & Culture, Centrica
19:15 Panel Discussion
Professor Adam Joinson, Professor of Information Systems, University of Bath, and Programme Lead, National Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats , Mike Smart, Security Strategist, Forcepoint, Marilise de Villiers, Director of Security Skills & Culture, Centrica
20:00 Drinks, canapés and networking
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This event is for senior stakeholders responsible for driving digital transformation initiatives within their organisations.