Cybercrime Targets Telework - Cyber Security and Data Breaches
Approved for 1 HRCI/SHRM credit hour.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of Americans have deserted the physical workplace. Modern technology and remote access capabilities have made it possible to transform almost any job to a telework position. As the initial scramble to remote work becomes the norm, employers should revamp telework and cybersecurity policies to combat increased cybercrime targeting employees working from home.
Join us for an interactive presentation reviewing vulnerabilities remote work faces and best practices for ensuring your company is protected from cybercrime targeting telework.
A data security breach can disrupt business operations, damage brand reputation and customer relationships, and attract government investigations. Fisher Phillips employment attorneys will discuss COVID-19 specific trends in cybercrime targeting teleworking and provide tips on how to revamp telework cybersecurity policies. Join us for an informative presentation on best practices to identify and mitigate cyber security risks.
April Perkins | Attorney, Fisher Phillips
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