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Data Transparency: What Every User Should Know About Facebook

September 22, 2021

Social media has become a mandatory part of our lives, necessary to connect with family, friends, colleagues, and our work. However, social media relies on usage and connection, sometimes at the cost of complete data transparency. In this webinar, Zamaan Qureshi (The Real Facebook Oversight Board) shared the surprising findings when he reviewed what data Facebook is collecting from his internet activity. We talked about how to build effective safeguards, regulatory aspects of data privacy an more! It is a must-watch talk!

Past Events

Webinar July 2021 - Webinar Post
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How to Align A Cyber & Business Strategy

July 13, 2021

With today’s proliferation of sophisticated cyber threats, conversations about cybersecurity have worked their way into the boardroom. Therefore, translating cyber risk into business risk is a skill that every CISO and cybersecurity leader must master. In this webinar, our guest speaker Steve Zalewski, CISO of Levi Strauss & Co., will discuss how Security Leaders can effectively articulate business security risks with the board, secure budget, and gain overall buy-in from the top of an organization.

Working From Home Cybersecurity Webinar
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Building Cyber Culture in a Hybrid Work Environment

April 29, 2021

As work-from-home policies become more flexible, some companies consider maintaining a remote working model moving forward, while others explore a hybrid work environment for their staff. In this webinar, our guest speakers Dick Wilkinson, CTO at the Supreme Court of New Mexico, and Matthew Rosenquist, CISO at Eclipz, will discuss how Security Leaders can balance this reality while building and maintaining Cyber Culture across their workforce.

Webinar The FBI's Perspective on the Cyber Threat Landscape
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The FBI's Perspective on the Cyber Threat Landscape

February 25, 2021

What does the cyber threat landscape look like from the lens of the FBI? As the lead federal agency in the US for investigating cyber attacks, the FBI collects and shares intelligence to unmask those committing malicious cyber activities that put businesses and individuals at risk. Learn the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) that the FBI has seen utilized in cyber intrusion.

Key Cybersecurity Trends in APAC Webinar
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Key Cybersecurity Trends in 2021

January 28, 2021

During this webinar, Right-Hand’s CEO, Theo Nasser, was joined by Frost & Sullivan’s Security Analyst, Vivien Pua, to share about the role human error plays in the fight against cybercrime, in addition to key trends from cybersecurity leaders in APAC.

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Raising Employee Cyber Awareness in 2021

December 16, 2020

The lack of cybersecurity awareness and ‘hygiene’ was named by Interpol among the main business challenges in Asia and South Pacific during 2020. During this webinar, our Co-Founder & CEO, Theo Nasser, will showcase how our products can help you build cyber culture in your organization.

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The Role of Cyber Culture in a Cyber Strategy

October 28, 2020

Watch the recorded version of the webinar “The Role of Cyber Culture in a Cyber Strategy”, which went live on Oct 28, 2020. Our guest speakers Jack Roehrig, CISO at Turnitin, and Matthew Rosenquist, CISO at Eclipz, shared great insights on how to incorporate Cyber Culture as part of your organization’s Cyber Strategy, and best practices to effectively do so.

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The Front Lines 2020

October 21, 2020

Right-Hand hosted an special event for 2020’s October Cyber Awareness Month. On October 21, throughout the 3 sessions presented at the event, our guest speakers shared tons of insights regarding the importance of cybersecurity to drive business growth and innovation. Our discussions focused on the human element of cybersecurity and how future infosec and IT leaders can help drive behavior change.