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A deep dive into Security Challenges

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Patrick Naoum, EVP of ESI Technologies

September 1, 2020   10:00 -11:00 am EST

Patrick Naoum, Executive Vice President of ESI Technologies takes a deeper dive into Security Challenges.   Patrick will build on July 29, 2020, Summit where he raised some very important points on the Panel.  It was a panel discussion answering questions.  There were many unanswered due to lack of time. Patrick will  respond to some of the many questions left unanswered in that session.

Patrick will share the new challenges around “Bring your own Office” as more staff now working from home.  What security challenges does this create and how would an Organization deal with it.  He will discuss the challenges that Desjardins has gone through and Bill 164 that the Quebec Government has got in the works, which are intended to be very tough.  As a Security expert, he will also share other insights with us.

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