About this event
Here’s the naked truth. 😮
We’re living in the surveillance economy.
A basic human right.
One which is in constant attack in 2021.
The communication platforms that were meant to bring us closer together, ended up prioritizing their own earnings over our rights to data privacy, security, and ownership.
Here’s another fact.
Most people don’t quite understand how their data is being exposed.
With the emergence of hybrid work and distributed workplaces, many organizations had to ramp up their use of business messaging apps such as Slack and Microsoft Teams to enable their workforce to stay connected, productive, and engaged.
Due to the lack of the physical and technical safeguards necessary for enterprise communication, some of these apps are exposing companies to security risks.
If you’re wondering what you can do to stop this, this is for you.
You’ll leave this online session with 5 actionable insights on how to bring data protection into every conversation.
📅 Date: July 21st
⏲ Time: 5pm CEST | 11am EST
📍 Place: Online
⏺ Every registrant will get the webinar recording by email, so register even if you can't attend live.
P.S.: This is an ‘audience-first‘ session. Bring your questions and join in the conversation with hundreds of other experts.
See you on July 21st 👋
Bruno became interested in cybersecurity as a teenager. Even though he has a background as a physicist, he made his career in the world of Data Science and Security. He joined Rocket.Chat to help grow a communication platform that truly cares about users' privacy and security.
John is a passionate builder of online open source communities. Always a champion for community causes, data privacy and security are dear to John’s heart. He joined Rocket.Chat to help build and grow a healthy world-class community around the ubiquitous collaboration platform and its ecosystem.
Already while studying computer sciences at the University of Bielefeld, Ingo has been working on the deployment of Open Source infrastructures in small and medium-sized enterprises. He joined Univention in 2004 where he has been the head of the product management team since early 2019.
Rocket.Chat is built for organizations that need more control over their communications; it enables collaboration between colleagues, partners, customers, communities, and even platforms without compromises on data ownership, customizations, or integrations.
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