April Virtual Roundtable Discussion: Remote Worker Security & Business Privacy

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this month’s meeting will be a webinar.

Thursday, April 16, 2020, 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (ONLINE ONLY)


  1. Overview – unprecedented shift to Remote Worker and impact on IT/Security teams
  2. Biggest Vulnerabilities to Remote Access into corporate networks
  3. VPN Vulnerabilities and MFA
  4. Zoom Security Vulnerabilities and Privacy of data
  5. Top Priority Security Controls and ease of implementation
  6. Privacy, Legal, and IT/Security Policy Implications
  7. Other issues raised by participants


This is a technical meeting and we would like attendees to please contribute and be willing to share out a few of their own PowerPoint Slides or topics related to the above agenda. This is a chance for Information Security Professionals to interact with their peers to help their own organizations ensure they are implementing good solutions.

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ISC2 – Twin Cities APRIL Chapter Meeting
Thu, Apr 16, 2020 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM (CDT)

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  1. John

    Did this happen? I was on at 3 PM CT but the meeting didn’t start (for me, at least).

  2. Bob Weiss (Post author)

    Hi everyone who tried to join the meeting. Something went wrong, and Dimitrios, our President and Meeting Host, failed to show up. We haven’t heard back from him so we are a bit concerned. We will keep you advised.

  3. Ben Fillmore

    Do you know if a virtual roundtable will be held in May?

  4. Bob Weiss (Post author)

    There will be a meeting this week on Thursday April 30. In May there will be no meeting, since (ISC)2 TC supports the Virtual Secure 360 event happening May 5 and 6


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