Lessons Learned: Combating the Cybersecurity Risks of Telework

Six months after the impact of the pandemic spurred virtually universal work from home, agencies are reviewing state-by-state plans for maintaining the productivity gains and cost savings accrued from having a fully remote workforce. Technology was brought into play to adopt new ways to collaborate and deliver services to citizens, and cybersecurity was a consideration in agencies’ plans as these new ways of working were implemented.


This webinar will discuss how state and local governments have effectively reduced the cyber threats of remote workforce. We’ll also explore how this new normal has positively affected agency productivity and forwarded digital services for citizens. 

Speaker and Presenter Information

Gregory Scott, CIO, Fairfax County
Gregory Scott
Fairfax County
Michael Dent, CISO, Fairfax County
Michael Dent
Fairfax County
Amanda Crawford, Executive Director, Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR)
Amanda Crawford
Executive Director, Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR)
Chris Usserman, Principal Security Architect, Infoblox
Chris Usserman
Principal Security Architect,
Allen McNaughton, Director, Systems Engineering, Infoblox Public Sector
Allen McNaughton
Director, Systems Engineering,
Infoblox Public Sector

Relevant Government Agencies

State Government, County Government, City Government, Municipal Government, State & Local Government

Event Type

This event has no exhibitor/sponsor opportunities

Thu, Oct 29, 2020, 2:00pm - 3:00pm ET

Complimentary:    $ 0.00

Click here to visit event website

Event Sponsors

Carahsoft, Infoblox Federal


Contact Event Organizer

Return to search results