Maximizing IT Resilience with Adaptive Security and Infrastructure

Live Virtual Engagement: October 12-14, 2020


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As organizations navigate the aftermath of disruptive events and economic turbulence in 2020, they continue to rely on preparedness as a critical contributor to organizational value. Organizations that are most prepared for crisis management include their risk and cybersecurity leaders in resilience planning for continuous, constant success. What can we learn from these organizations and their leaders? How have recent events influenced the cybersecurity strategies of more resilient organizations, as well as those less prepared? How are organizations adapting and fortifying IT and network infrastructure to absorb shocks presented by global disruptions and their lasting consequences? What opportunities have they found to close security gaps arising from the new workforce dynamic? And how are IT and risk leaders bolstering all of these efforts with organizational innovation?

The CDW Tech Talk on Maximizing IT Resilience with Adaptive Security and Infrastructure -- addressed these topics and more. We had a terrific turnout and it was great to see the wealth of learning take place.


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Topics include:

  • Maximizing Security Across the Evolving Risk Landscape
  • Optimizing Security Utilization Across Available Tools and Resources
  • Mitigating Risk with the New Workforce Dynamic
  • Fortifying IT Infrastructure and Security for Evolving Consumption Models