The COVID-19 crisis has left an indelible impact on how we work. As a result, organisations have shifted to remote working due to public health and safety concerns.  Organizations are also re-evaluating how well their technology infrastructure, including collaboration platforms, can support their remote workforce in the new workplace environment.

However, not all organisations have the infrastructure to effectively and securely support a remote workforce. The transition to remote working has elevated privacy and security risks for the organizations, multiplying cyber threats and data breaches. While remote working is likely here to stay—so too are these risks for organizations that don’t have strong data privacy practices and protections.

Join our upcoming webinar as data security experts share

  • Emerging data privacy and security issues due to increased remote working in 2022
  • Best practices for enterprises to improve collaboration with key stakeholders
  • Measures to protect your enterprise from data privacy and security breaches



Welcome Address

• Mr Dutch Ng, Chairman, Cyber Security Chapter, SGTech 

Workplace Communications in 2022: Out of Control?

• Mr Loy Chee Leng, Regional Vice President for Asia Pacific and Middle East, NetSfere

Panel Discussion 

• Mr Dutch Ng, Chairman, Cyber Security Chapter, SGTech

• Mr Loy Chee Leng, Regional Vice President for Asia Pacific and Middle East, NetSfere

• Mr Harsh Mamgain, Vice President, Product Management, NetSfere