Webinar: 5 Cybersecurity Trends You Need to Know About (and How to Stay Protected)
Not only does October signal the start of fall (and spooky season), but it’s also Cybersecurity Awareness Month! At FormAssembly, we know there’s nothing scarier than feeling unprepared to handle the slew of cybersecurity risks and threats that happen on a daily basis.
If your organization struggles to maintain a strong stance on cybersecurity, you could be exposing your entire business model to tangible security and data privacy threats. When it comes to guarding digital assets, maintaining a strong knowledge of industry best practices and trends can help you tackle any cybersecurity challenge.
Join members from FormAssembly’s Marketing and Security and Compliance teams in an engaging webinar on Thursday, October 28. Together, we’ll discuss how global cybersecurity challenges are affecting business on a global scale and what organizations can do to adapt.
What you’ll learn
During the webinar, Rachel Skoback, Content Marketing Manager, and Chad Cragle, Director of Security and Compliance, will discuss the five most relevant cybersecurity trends you need to be aware of right now, and how your organization can be proactive and resilient against threats.
As an industry leader in global data security, FormAssembly is always engaged in the cybersecurity conversation. We’ll highlight some of our findings on recent trends, including:
- The rise of remote work and the increasing potential for human error
- How outdated processes contribute to cybersecurity vulnerabilities
- The unique risks associated with specific industries (i.e. healthcare and financial services)
- Rising spending and budget allocation towards cybersecurity protection
- The cybersecurity skills gap and recent job availability
Don’t forget to stick around after the presentation for a live Q&A session where you can ask all of your cybersecurity-related questions.
How to register
Does your organization need a better plan for addressing modern cybersecurity threats? Join us on October 28 at 12 p.m. EDT for this important session on how to stay resilient and protected in a new age of cybersecurity technology.