August 16, 2021

Webinar update for the week of August 16, 2021

GOVERNMENT TECHNOLOGY's live webinar update for the week of August 16, 2021.

 

Building a Future-Proof Cybersecurity Practice Part 4: Adapting the Strategy - Tuesday, August 17 | 1:00pm Eastern
During this four-part Master Class series, you will learn how to develop and deploy a future-proof cybersecurity strategy in state and local government. In this fourth session, Center for Digital Government Senior Fellow Deb Snyder and Tanium CISO Chris Hallenbeck will discuss how to adapt and sustain a cybersecurity strategy.

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Closing the Gaps in Your Security Posture - Wednesday, August 18 | 2:00pm Eastern
Like other states, Georgia has worked tirelessly to implement an advanced cybersecurity strategy, to ensure its networks and data are protected and secure. And like other states, Georgia nonetheless still faced a major gap in its security posture: User authentication. Georgia IT leaders in recent years have worked to close that gap by adopting hardware security keys for multifactor authentication. To hear Georgia’s story – and to learn more about how hardware security keys are and how they work.

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Next-Gen Engagement: Why Your Contact Center Should be Cloud-Native and AI Enabled - Thursday, August 19 | 2:00pmEastern
The pandemic exposed the limitations of legacy contact center technology. On-premises systems struggled to respond to rapidly changing requirements like spiking call volumes and the transition of contact-center agents to remote work. As a result, constituents often faced long delays in getting the help they desperately needed. Find out how a cloud-native contact center platform can help your organization address these shortcomings, while delivering a better customer experience and improving internal operations.

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For assistance with registration, contact:
Jeremy Smith,
jsmith@erepublic.com(916) 932-1402 direct

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