While remote work may be at an all-time high, so is the scrutiny of corporate VPNs. SD-WAN services get all the network design attention, SAAS services get all the application platform attention, and a variety of cloud platforms are leading the way for file storage platforms. Once a bastion of network security, VPN scaling and security requires extensive planning and management.
In this on-demand webinar, join Vice President of IT, Infrastructure and Services at AirMethods, Dan Stern, who will look at whether VPNs still fit business use, and how the value proposition of a VPN has changed. Dan will also cover:
- Contemporary remote and distributed access models
- The shortcomings of VPNs for vendor access and the privileged remote worker
- How business advances and COVID-19 have changed remote access requirements
- How to best architect remote and distributed access
Dan is a 20-year IT professional having owned a small IT business in Maryland, led fast paced IT teams at Chipotle, Blaze Pizza, and others, and now leads Infrastructure and Services teams as VP of Information Technology at Air Methods. Having a Bachelor of Arts specialized in journalism from Colorado State University and a Master of Applied Science concentrated in Information Systems Security from the University of Denver, Dan uses his experience with communications to help teach sometimes intimidating technology to office workers and college students. In his free time, Dan likes to power down all of the tech toys and simply get lost in the mountains.
Chris Herrin is the Product Manager for Privileged Remote Access and all third-party integrations for the BeyondTrust portfolio. He has been with BeyondTrust (Bomgar) for the last five years, beginning his career on the Sales Development and Solutions Engineering teams. Chris is an active Georgia Bulldogs fan, and has to mention his corgis in every presentation he is a part of.