Over the last year, the dramatic shift in how we do business has changed the professional working environment as we know it. The number of employees working remotely has skyrocketed, and while conducting work from a home office certainly has its advantages, the risk of falling victim to security breaches has heightened considerably. If you aren’t taking the proper precautions, working from home can increase your online vulnerability and open the door to security breaches, which in turn may lead to a slew of legal problems or even the loss of your agency.
So, how can you take precautionary measures to ensure you remain compliant? It is important to note that federal law requires that all employees of any business be trained in information security compliance at least once per year.
Tune in on Wednesday, February 24 at 2pm for the first of a two-part webinar series with LeClair Group and RiskSmart Advisors. You’ll learn how to understand information security compliance, along with more about the Information Security Awareness Training from RiskSmart Advisors. By the end of the webinar, you’ll know which steps to take toward safeguarding your clients’ personal information while protecting yourself and your agency.
Learn more about each of the webinars and register below.
Creating A Secure Online Setup For Your Home Office
Tune in for the first of a two-part webinar series covering the importance of knowing and understanding information security compliance at your agency. Learn best practices for safeguarding your client’s sensitive information while working from home, along with more about Information Security Awareness Training from RiskSmart Advisors.
Information Security Compliance: Risks and Consequences
Protecting consumer private data is not just a good practice–it is required by federal laws and state laws. In this webinar, attendees will gain insight into the need for information security compliance and what can happen when you don’t take safeguarding your online information seriously.
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