Ask the Experts: The New Security Model in a Remote Work Environment

Date: Wednesday, December 02, 2020
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Today’s professional expects flexible any-device access to all of the apps and data they need to get their work done, using corporate or personal (BYOD) devices, and they expect to be free to work remote as needed.

These expectations are creating a new set of challenges for financial service providers, many of whom recognize that this “freedom” is not free. A do-anything-anywhere-anyhow approach that fails to protect sensitive company data presents increasingly unacceptable business risks including data breaches, regulatory actions, damage to brand/reputation and loss of revenue.

All of this raises the pressing question: What technology investments should your business implement today to empower the free and flexible work experience the workforce expects while protecting sensitive company data and adhering to state and federal regulatory requirements?

Join our upcoming panel webinar to hear experts in the industry discuss:

• How security and compliance executives can immediately gain the visibility needed to assess and mitigate the risks associated with BYOD and remote access to work applications and data

• How security and compliance executives can quickly implement the technical security controls needed to mitigate the risks of malicious cyberattacks and accidental data loss and sprawl when accessing data outside of their 4 walls

• How business leaders can that strike an elusive balance: freedom and flexibility for people to do their best work anywhere, anytime, on any device while managing data security, compliance, and business continuity for the organizations they lead.


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Morley Ivers

President and Board Director

Morley Ivers is President and Board Director of OS33. He specializes in partnership and corporate development. Morley is known for his energetic and passionate approach to leadership and helping businesses mature quickly through the delivery of significant revenue growth.

A serial entrepreneur, Morley has two decades of experience focused on developing and leveraging technologies to solve problems. He views the protection of sensitive information and cybersecurity as some of society’s most pressing challenges.

Morley is a graduate of The Richard Ivey School of Business, is a proud Canadian, and now American citizen, and lives in NY with his wife and two sons.

Mark Schlesinger

Senior Technical Fellow
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

As Senior Technical Fellow at Broadridge, Mark’s focus is on bridging the gap between security/technology and sales/account management, support new sales as well as renewals and expand/enhance client relationships. Over thirty-five years of brokerage experience in data processing. Mark held many key roles at Automatic Data Processing.

Mark’s prior responsibility was the Corporate CIO for Broadridge: responsible for managing all technology infrastructure services. This includes infrastructure (data networks, voice networks, desktops, server environments, storage, monitoring, application support, service delivery, office technology), enterprise information security engineering, governance, outsource service provider management, cloud architecture and engineering, global data center operations, corporate application development, and disaster recovery and business continuity planning.


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Evamarie Schoenborn

President & CEO
Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company

Evamarie Schoenborn is President and CEO of Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company. Joining Northwestern Mutual in 2017, she is responsible for retail investment, advisory, trust solutions, new product development, and regulatory strategy. She has led the organization through a conversion to a new trading platform, a training team, created a delivery office, expanded into new product offerings, delivered a new trust services model, influenced key strategic partnerships, and carried the organization through a heightened regulatory standard for the industry.

Evamarie serves as a strong advocate for Northwestern Mutual’s advisors, teams, clients, and employees. Her team is responsible for $175 billion in client assets, making it one of the five largest independent broker-dealers in the United States. Evamarie plays a formal role in Northwestern Mutual’s diversity and inclusion efforts, and she actively advocates for investor success and greater diversity within the industry.

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