With social distancing orders in place across most of the country, many companies have moved employees to virtual home offices. Predictably, this has created cybersecurity vulnerabilities that can threaten security and privacy within industries such as finance, healthcare, and government contracting.
Ms. Ronickher and Mr. LaGarde detail how cyber criminals have already taken advantage of the conditions caused by the pandemic. They explain how the patchwork of federal and state laws protect employees who blow the whistle on cybersecurity violations and are subsequently retaliated against.
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