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Leveraging Practical Experiences to Reduce Cyber Risk in Remote Working Environments

A virtual roundtable discussion co-organized by UNITAR (United Nations Institute for Training and Research), the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA), and the OAS (Organization of American States).

Who Should Participate? Any remote workers or online students concerned about their cybersecurity and cyber resilience in the new threat landscape after the emergence of COVID-19. A selection of global speakers from organizations and alliances, including the World Economic Forum, the Charter of Trust, and the Cyber Readiness Institute, together with UNITAR, GCA, and the OAS, will offer different perspectives on the issue and will guide the participants through practical solutions at their reach.

Phil Reitinger, GCA President and CEO (presenting)

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“Smart devices” are on the rise, and with that comes more cyber risk. Simply put by GCA’s CEO, “We must move from the Internet of Things to the ‘Secure Internet of Secure Things’.” ITU had the opportunity to catch up with Philip Reitinger, Global Cyber Alliance’s CEO, about how to create a safe and secure cyber defense to help improve our connected world.

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