Managing Risks Around Privacy & Cybersecurity While Working Remotely

Updated: Jul 23, 2020



Digital privacy and security breaches can cost businesses large losses, and the frequency of the scams are increasing daily. Fortunately there are several best practices that you can deploy that can be effective and help you keep your business safe and secure.


Stay up to date


Try to remain up to date on the latest scams.


Own your online assets


Owning, maintaining and operating the apps, devices and any Internet of Things devices helps your business stay safe because you can stay in control of privacy and security settings and optimization.


Consider deploying an Artificial Intelligence security solution to remain far ahead of the curve


Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence based cybersecurity products are readily available for you to consider. Additionally, they are often capable of preventing threats long before they are even found and reported. Some of these products even have the unique capability of responding to threats while offline.


Education


Consider ongoing virtual lunch and learn information sessions lead by a privacy and security subject matter expert for Q&A sessions with your teams. This will help enable them to have the opportunity to learn more around safe and secure business operation.


Select service providers that value privacy and security


Consider working towards partnerships with businesses that have a commitment to privacy and security to help ensure that your entire business flow is as safe as possible. Also, make time to consult with experts about your security policies to help protect your business against new threats.


Stay healthy and safe!

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