Protecting Data and Proprietary Information while Working Remotely

Free COVID-19 Ethics and Compliance Resources

SAI Global Data Privacy and Information Security training video While our friends, families and coworkers unite and come together to make it through COVID-19, there is one group that sees this global pandemic as an opportunity.

Hackers and other digital criminals are quickly adapting to steal sensitive data, knowingly shifting their approaches to phishing and other malicious tactics to try and capitalize on coronavirus fears and a surge in remote work. Let’s not let them succeed. 

In this free 60-second video from our best-practice Code of Conduct training and learning content, refresh your knowledge of Data Privacy and Information Security basics. These risks are always a high priority for any organization. However, with a workforce unexpectedly working from home, IT teams need their colleagues to be even more conscious, cautious, and mindful. A little extra awareness can go a long way.

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