How HR, Legal and Security Are Uniting to Secure the Remote Workforce
The unfortunate wave of digital departures has begun. As an organization, you might already have a process in place to tackle the logistics of a departing employee. But what about protecting your data during this transition?
What was once a siloed HR and IT operation has quickly evolved and requires various departments to take ownership of the employee offboarding process. HR, legal, IT and security need to join forces and develop strategies in order to implement safe off-boarding practices. Code42 experts discuss how they’ve built a united strategy to secure their remote workforce in this engaging webinar.
In this webinar we will cover:
Best practices for building a process for onboarding and off-boarding remote employees
Effective ways to bring HR, legal, IT & security to the table in building cohesive strategies
Understanding the insider risks associated with off-boarding an employee — and how to protect your workforce
Meet the speakers:
Jadee Hanson, Chief Information Security Officer and Chief Information Officer, Code42
As chief information security officer at Code42, Jadee Hanson leads global risk and compliance, security operations, incident response, and insider threat monitoring and investigations. To her position, she brings more than 15 years of information security experience and a proven track record of building security programs. Prior to Code42, Jadee held a number of senior leadership roles in the security department of Target Corporation, where she implemented key programs, including compliance, risk management, insider threat assessments and more.
In addition to her day job at Code42, Jadee is the founder and CEO of the non-profit organization Building Without Borders, which serves those in poverty-stricken areas throughout the world through housing services. Since April 2015, Building Without Borders has built 39 homes in areas of the Dominican Republic. In her spare time, you can find Jadee working for her non-profit, enjoying time with her husband and three girls, and spending time on the lake.
Leslie Pendergrast, Chief People Officer, Code42
Leslie has a passion for continuous learning, self-development, and having fun. Her energetic and logical approach to aligning the interests of talented people with business objectives has proven successful time after time. Most recently, Leslie served as the Chief People Officer at Datalogix, where she developed strategies and practices in the areas of talent acquisition, talent development, culture and well-being, benefits, compensation, HR operations, and workplace resources. Previously, she served as Chief People Officer at Sourcefire and Vice President of Human Resources for Citrix Systems. A native of Fort Lauderdale, FL, she earned her B.A. from Florida Atlantic University, and holds an M.B.A. from Nova Southeastern University.
David Huberman, General Counsel, Code42
As general counsel, David Huberman leads Code42’s legal affairs worldwide, including commercial transactions, licensing, intellectual property, general corporate matters, governance and litigation. David brings nearly 20 years of experience negotiating complex transactions, forging strategic relationships, and handling a broad range of legal and regulatory matters for private and public companies. David earned his law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center, the Master of Business Administration from the University of Denver, and the Bachelor of Arts in public policy studies from Duke University. David lives in Denver with his wife, son and daughter, with whom he enjoys skiing, biking, hiking, and following Duke basketball.
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