The Top 5 Challenges of Securing your Remote Workplace

Netsync’s Mark Lynd talks with Verizon’s Bob Carver, one of the top 10 ranked global cyber security thought leaders. Bob addresses the 5 challenges of securing remote workplaces, including home routers, Wi-Fi, and VPN providers and the vulnerabilities that have surfaced as a result of the precipitous rise in remote working due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Top 5 Challenges of Securing your Remote Workplace

Bob Carver | Principal Cybersecurity Threat Intelligence and Analytics at Verizon

Bob Carver, who works in Verizon’s Principal Cyber Security Threat Intelligence and Analytics organization, architected, managed, and monitored Verizon’s first full-time Wireless Security Incident Response and Security Monitoring teams. Bob specializes in developing strategies that bring Cyber Threat Intelligence to the next level by leveraging data analytics, machine learning, and other data intelligence to enhance Verizon’s risk management initiatives. Prior to that, he architected and served as project manager at ArcSight, where he monitored and reported on approximately 20 million potential security threats every day. Bob has extensive cyber security experience working with organizations of all sizes, from start-ups to the federal government and Fortune 500 companies.

The Top 5 Challenges of Securing your Remote Workplace

Mark Lynd | Head of Digital Business

Mark Lynd (CISSP, ISSAP, ISSMP), Head of Digital Business, is a Top 25 ranked and recognized global thought leader, speaker, and practitioner for Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, IoT, and Data Center. Mark has served as a CIO, CTO, CISO, and/or Board Member for several global enterprises for the last 20+ years. Mark was named an Ernst & Young’s “Entrepreneur of Year – Southwest Region” Finalist and presented the Doak Walker Award on ESPN’s Awards Show to a national television audience. He is, and has been, an in-demand thought leader and keynote or featured speaker for Oracle, IBM Watson, Cisco, Cohesity, Intel, and many organizations at numerous events. Mark holds a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Tulsa and honorably served in the US Army in the 3rd Ranger Battalion & 82nd Airborne.