WEBINAR: Employers & Employees Working from Home – Cybersecurity

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Thanks to the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches for hosting this webinar, “Employers & Employees Working from Home – Cybersecurity,” today.

Christopher Hopkins (lawyer, McDonald Hopkins LLC) and Christine Vanderpool (IT Director, Florida Crystals) discussed cyber security risks and measures during the coronavirus lockdown.


The Powerpoint from the presentation is here.

Specifically we covered these risks and steps you can take to protect yourself:

  • Spearphishing attacks
  • Phishing attacks
  • Malicious attachments
  • Public Wi-Fi
  • How to use a VPN
  • Protecting Your PC and iPhone/iPad devices

You can obtain more information from the Chamber here.

The two articles mentioned during the presentation are linked below:

Protect the Privacy of Your iOS 13 Device

Is Your PC Keeping Your Information Private? Take This 10-Question Quiz

Does your business need cybersecurity training? Do you need cybersecurity and COVID policies that you can rely upon? Contact us or a qualified lawyer in your area.

Image credit: Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches

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