Posts Tagged ‘coronavirus’

The Future of Work

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The Future of Work: Protecting Trade Secrets Written by: Dell Spry Many businesses, both large and small, are desperately seeking ways to keep their companies operational  with all of  the closures and uncertainties associated with the COVID-19 virus crashing in on them. Hopefully, most have an established continuity of business plan to guide them through…

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Risk Assessments for a Pandemic

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Risk Assessments for Coronavirus In earlier sections, we discussed the need for a risk-based approach and outlined 6 New Business Risks to consider when preparing your business for coronavirus. The Covid-19 pandemic and recession will affect every business, but to what extent will vary based on industry, geography, company size and a myriad of other…

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FREE DOWNLOAD Securing a New World: Security, COVID-19, and Boots on the Ground

There can be no argument that technology has infiltrated virtually every aspect of daily life for the vast majority of people and businesses across the world. Technology is woven into the social fabric of everyday life. It monitors our movements, our interests, our purchasing power, our locations, habits, our risk to insurers, our body chemistry, and health. Our images are captured overtly and unknowingly 1000’s of times daily. It captures the best of us in amazing acts of heroism and human interaction, and it captures the worst of us; for accountability and delivery of justice.

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