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Webinar: How UES Protects Shifting Work Environments

The COVID-19 pandemic was a massively disruptive event for enterprise IT security teams everywhere. Organizations had to quickly learn how to manage fully remote employees, while also safeguarding against the introduction of new threat risks from numerous insecure home networks. These new challenges lead to increased user support requirements and the pressing need for more IT security resources. 

As the shift to more remote work is becoming more permanent for many organizations, IT security professionals want better tools to address the hurdles of their new work environments. 

Join Nigel Thompson, VP of Product Marketing at BlackBerry, on August 4 for a webinar that will cover how unified endpoint security (UES) solutions that combine incident prevention, detection, and response capabilities can protect your organization as it evolves through this significant shift.

Nigel will cover:

  • Drivers for change, like BYOD
  • The endpoint security management landscape 
  • What security professionals want 
  • The use case for UES

Register now to reserve your spot.  

August 4, 2021 at 9:00 AM PDT | 12:00 PM EDT | 5:00 PM BST
REGISTER NOW

About the Speaker:

Nigel Thompson
VP of Product Marketing at BlackBerry
Nigel Thompson is responsible for the product positioning and messaging of BlackBerry cybersecurity solutions. He is a seasoned speaker, experienced in topics impacting governments and businesses worldwide, including cybersecurity trends, workflow reformation, and harnessing IoT to accelerate digital transformation. As BlackBerry has transformed how intelligent endpoints are deployed in the enterprise, Nigel has led teams on the positioning, direction, and design of BlackBerry collaboration and productivity services. 
 
Formerly, Nigel was the founder and CEO of CloudSync, one of the first SaaS cloud-based mobile device management solutions on the market. After CloudSync was acquired by Good Technology in 2010, Nigel led his teams as Vice President of Product Design. He joined BlackBerry in 2015 after the company acquired Good Technology. 

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