The COVID-19 pandemic has caused many employers now operating remotely to conduct meetings via video conference – which has created a whole new set of various privacy and cybersecurity concerns. While these remote work tools have facilitated a more personal connection and interactive experience, their use is fraught with privacy concerns you may never have before considered. If your organization is weighing its options or unaware of the risks these services may create, this article from Fischer Phillips provides a 10-point plan to protect your personal and confidential information and ensure you remain compliant with various federal and state privacy laws. Read More
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