Bad Actors Are Now Targeting Working from Home, Best Practices for Enabling and Protecting Your Teams – Webinar


March 26, 2020



1 CPE / 0.5 CEU / CISSP / 1 PDU Credit Awarded

In this unprecedented time, many organizations of all sizes – corporations, non-profits, and governments alike – are struggling with transitioning and securing a majority of their workforce for working remotely. Some have been doing it for a while and are prepared, many others are struggling to secure their workforce and scale up fast. In this 45-minute CAMP IT session launching our ongoing web series, learn:


  • The seven (7) things you need to be doing now,
  • Best practices to keep your remote teams engaged and in touch,
  • How bad actors are targeting your teams and where to focus your efforts,
  • Key points for developing and/or maturing your Continuity of Operations Planning (CoOP) for the long haul.



Whatever your organization’s size or needs, you will find this educational session helpful with immediately actionable take-aways. Please join us for this first session in an ongoing CAMP IT series to assist you in navigating this highly dynamic and potentially unsecure landscape.

Conference Price: $0.00 per person

Laszlo S. Gonc, Founder and CEO, Next Era Transformation Group, LLC
First Senior Fellow, DivIHN Cybersecurity Center of Excellence


Laszlo is a recognized senior executive with thirty years of progressive experience in business and information technology. He is responsible for helping organizations – corporate and nonprofit alike – navigate the digital frontier, advising clients on cybersecurity, IT risk mitigation, and building digital technology strategies that drive both performance and business value. He has experience across several industries, consulting for senior executives and boards, developing cybersecurity strategies, evaluating IT risk, and spearheading critical security and transformation projects for senior leadership including, but not limited to, healthcare, manufacturing, mining, legal, insurance, marketing, advertising and banking.

Each attendee will receive a certificate awarding 1 CPE credits for CISSP continuing education, in addition to 0.5 CEUs and 1 PDU. CISSP is a registered certification mark of (ISC)², Inc.