Remote Work's Security Impact and How to Safely Manage Through the Transitions to Come: A Panel Discussion

The sudden and rapid transition to virtual work forced many businesses and organizations to grapple with an unfamiliar new normal and all the security concerns that come with a remote workforce. And now, organizations must plan for what a "return to work" will look like as well.

For this webinar, our panelists will lend their security expertise, sharing how security has become a concern across every function of the business. Their insights, learnings, and best practices will prepare leaders for how to manage what will likely be a new and permanent way of operating for almost every company. The novel normal requires an expanded approach to security across people, technology, operations, and policies. This prolonged period of remote work has created new endpoints — human, technical, and facilities — that must be accounted for and secured going forward.

This webinar is intended for any leader who wants a forward-looking view to the transition and the challenges it will bring.

Please join Toffler Associates and Pillar Technology Partners on Thursday, May 14TH at 12 PM EDT for a 1-hour webinar that discusses how to lead through these organizational concerns and other challenges that stem from the evolving state of work.

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Moderated by:

Webinar_Mediator-HansHans Davies, Director - Toffler Associates

Hans specializes in strategic planning, risk management, resource management, and innovation policy. He helps organizations strengthen their ability to manage enterprise risk. Prior to joining Toffler Associates, Hans worked at SAIC, supporting arms control and complex operations initiatives for the Department of Defense. He has served as a Congressional staff member, worked with the Department of State, and was a Robert Bosch Foundation Fellow in Germany. Hans earned a B.A. with honors in History from Williams College and an M.A. in International Relations and International Economics from Johns Hopkins University.




Caitlin Durkovich
Director - Toffler Associates

Caitlin, former Assistant Secretary of Infrastructure Protection at the Department of Homeland Security and former Toffler Associates director, brings a diverse set of experiences in managing preparedness and response associated to pandemics and other critical infrastructure threats. In January 2021, Caitlin left her position at Toffler Associates to join the White House's National Security Council as Senior Director for Resilience and Response.




Skeet Spillane
CEO - Pillar Technology Partners, LLC

Serving as CISO for several organizations and running pandemic response across a variety of entities, Skeet has 25+ years of experience in Information Security. Specific areas of expertise Cyber Security Strategy, Information Security Operations, Threat Intelligence and Analysis, Vulnerability Analysis, Incident Response, Emergency Preparedness, Cyber Forensic Analysis, Regulatory Compliance (HIPAA/HITRUST, GDPR, ISO27001/2, PCI) and Security Architecture, Business Process Improvement, Cryptography / Cryptanalysis


Kenneth (KC) Carnes
InfraGard National Sector Chief for the Electric Sector

KC is a dynamic security executive that enjoys working in a complex critical infrastructure environment. He understands and articulates risk, compliance and organizational strategy to individuals at all levels. His focus is on ensuring compliance with well-designed controls, processes and policies. He is passionate about increasing security in critical infrastructure along with building the partnerships that foster great information sharing.