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Working Remotely and Remaining Cyber Safe


A majority of professionals are now working from home, and many organizations have rapidly adopted new technology and ways of working thanks to the coronavirus pandemic and stay-at-home orders. Adams and Reese privacy, cybersecurity and data management attorney Roy Hadley and Chief Technology Officer Bill Vance discuss ways companies and their employees can ensure network security and cyber safety while working remotely.

Roy and Bill share their top 10 tips for cybersecurity and remote work, including:

  • Cyber hygiene

  • Due diligence

  • Watching for cybersecurity fraud

  • Safely using videoconference technology

  • Upping productivity while working from home

  • Compliance issues with personal networks, videoconferencing, employee hours and HIPAA laws

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Presented by:
Roy E. Hadley
Vance-William-hs

Roy E. Hadley Jr.
roy.hadley@arlaw.com
Atlanta
P 470.427.3730

William Vance
Chief Technology Officer
william.vance@arlaw.com
New Orleans
P 504.585.0185


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