Business dinner: Protecting data, assets and your people in a complex threat landscape is now a commercial and security imperative no organisation can afford to ignore

Staying one step ahead of cybercriminals as attacks become increasingly sophisticated, widespread, and targeted is a challenge. The financial and reputational damage caused by a data breach can be devastating. Security and IT teams are on the front line. So, what practical actions can organisations take today?

While security and IT professionals must lead the way, cybersecurity is everyone’s responsibility beginning with strong password security. Entire organisations need a company-wide password security policy ensuring that every system – especially remote workers – is secure.

LastPass has been at the forefront of developing password security services that enterprises use to secure their network access, but also to promote and support a strong cybersecurity policy that begins with people.

The password continues to be a foundation for all other digital security measures. LastPass understands the challenges facing all enterprises as they embrace hybrid working and dispersed business processes.

Robust, comprehensive, integrated, and flexible cybersecurity begins with education. Creating a culture of cybersecurity means changing working practices but, above all, raising the awareness levels of everyone in the company to ensure their password is strong and secure their network access. The password management and security systems developed by LastPass are not intrusive and dovetail into existing business processes leading to robust digital security defences.

Hybrid working has now become the norm but does pose potential security challenges. Organisations need to work smarter when developing their digital security. Adopting new cybersecurity policies that protect users and the networks they connect to must not present any barrier that could reduce their adoption. For LastPass, password management must be intuitive and integrated, supporting each user with frictionless services they can count on.

Organisations considering how their workflows must change to support remote hybrid working that defends against today’s and tomorrow’s cyber threats must adopt technologies such as strong password management to protect their workforces and systems.

This LastPass event brings together senior information security and IT executives to discuss and debate the latest cybersecurity issues and threats and share their experiences, focusing on business-wide password management.

In addition, attendees will take away practical action points to enhance their organisation’s digital security.

Join us for a candid and practical discussion guided by an independent host to learn how your business can ensure 2023 is safe and secure.


LastPass provides password and identity management solutions that are convenient, easy to manage and effortless to use, helping more than 33 million users organize and protect their online lives. From enterprise password management and single sign-on to adaptive multi-factor authentication, LastPass Business gives superior control to IT and frictionless access to 100,000 businesses.  Password Management and Cybersecurity are not just issues for IT; LastPass supports all departments within an organisation providing solutions to multiple pain-points including on and off boarding, remote working, deskless working and hybrid workers.