As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted and businesses begin to return to the office, companies are taking a variety of approaches to managing the transition. While some are staying at home for now and others have gone back full time, most are opting for a hybrid working policy. While this might be a sensible and fair solution for the time being, having staff work both at home as well as the office raises several data security and GDPR compliance concerns.
In this webinar, we were joined by Dechert LLP’s Director of Risk and Compliance Mohbub Rahman to explore the key things you need to remember to keep data safe during the latest transition.
The webinar covered:
- How companies are transitioning back to the office
- How hybrid working works
- Data protection risks in a hybrid working environment
- How hackers and scammers took advantage during the pandemic
- Best practice for data security with hybrid working
About the experts
Nick Henderson is Director of Learning and Content at VinciWorks and has played an important role in developing VinciWorks’ most interactive and customisable courses covering topics such as anti-bribery, anti-money laundering, GDPR, diversity, mental health, health and safety and more. Nick is a policy expert with a background in public, voluntary and private sectors and has expert-level knowledge across a wide range of areas.
As Director of Best Practice at VinciWorks, Gary Yantin works with professional service firms of all sizes to provide the best compliance learning experience for their staff. He was previously an in-house lawyer and a solicitor in private practice. Gary has hosted many webinars and workshops for VinciWorks on a wide range of risk and compliance topics including GDPR and the SRA’s new approach to ongoing learning.
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