Webinar | Self-Funding Cybersecurity: What Midmarket Enterprises Should Know
This is an unprecedented time as we are entering into a new way of working and living. Every day customers turn to us for help: to keep their teams and offices connected; to stay protected from cyber threats; to manage their infrastructure; and probably most critically in the current situation – to keep their businesses going, despite of the incredible economic headwinds.
Here are the highlights from this interactive webinar:
- Security Impact of COVID-19
Amalgam Insights estimates that the percentage of employees who work from home in during the COVID-19 outbreak will increase more than 32% over the next three months, this opens up new remote security concerns and cybersecurity business threats.
- Finding IT Budget in a Cash-Tight Environment
Technology expense management for mid-market IT environments can assist to increase cybersecurity needs. Cutting unnecessary costs and focusing on the health of the company to keep people working and keep the business running.
- Handling Mid-Market Security in a Remote Work Environment
Identify security gaps between “at-work” IT resources and the “at-home” devices and networks currently used to conduct work. Living in this time of uncertainty, hackers will prey the social isolation and potential naivete of remote workers. Businesses will need to increase awareness and put important security measures in place as result.
Director of Infrastructure
Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc
Rory Regan is currently Director of Infrastructure of Information Technology serving Coca-Cola Consolidated, Inc., the largest Coca-Cola bottler in the United States. He has strategic and operational responsibility for the Company’s IT assets and collaboration solutions supporting Consolidated’s franchise territory. He and his team support 17,000 + associates in 14 states and the District of Columbia. Rory moved into his current role in early 2020.
Rory has been with Coca-Cola Consolidated for 17 years, with over 20 years of experience in information technology serving leadership roles within both application delivery and infrastructure.
Rory moved to the Charlotte, NC area after retiring from the United States Air Force. He holds a Master’s degree from Central Michigan, serves on the Board of Directors for Autism Grown Up, and enjoys spending his spare time with his family doing things outdoors.
Executive Vice President of Technology
Kirk Waddell has been an integral part of the One Source team since 2001. Throughout his tenure, Kirk has served One Source clients in nearly every capacity possible. His technical knowledge and expertise, makes him an effective leader; providing guidance for One Source employees and clients. Kirk received his undergraduate degree from East Carolina University. He and his wife have two daughters.