What You'll Learn in this Webinar

In the rush to move employees remote, many IT leaders scrambled to launch widespread remote access programs in a matter of days, making changes to VPN and MFA systems on the fly. It’s time to take a breath, reflect, and learn where to go from here.

In this webinar, technology and governance executives from Focal Point discuss how to properly build, run, and scale your VPN program, and how to layer on MFA to keep it secure. We share best practices for building these systems while they’re already in flight and look ahead at the downstream governance and compliance implications of the decisions they’re making today. 

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Meet the Team


Michael Ebert
EVP of Advisory Services | Subject Matter Expert

Michael is a former senior partner in the Philadelphia office of KPMG’s Advisory Services Practice and also served as a leader of its Cyber (Security, Privacy and Continuity) practice focused on Healthcare Life Sciences. Michael was also KPMG’s National Leader for HIPAA Services working with the Office for Civil Rights. He is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Certified Public Accountant (CPA).


Buck Bell
EVP of Technology Integration | Subject Matter Expert

Prior to Focal Point, Buck served as Vice President, IAM Consulting at Optiv, where he led a team of 110 across consulting, PMO, and India Operations, and grew their services and software business from $18M to $135M. Prior to Optiv, Buck held sales leadership positions with IAM software vendors, including OpenNetwork Technologies (acquired by BMC) and Omada, and technical implementation and practice leadership roles with Logic Trends and FishNet Security. 

Scott Maxwell
Director, Business Development | Moderator

Scott has more than 20 years of experience in technology and security business development, specializing in network, cloud, and identity-based security services. Prior to joining Focal Point, Scott served in several capacities at Cisco, most recently as a Security Account Manager, where he worked with some of the largest companies in the world to address evolving security risks. Scott has also held sales leadership roles at RSA Security.