Faced with the dangers of COVID-19, huge portions of the workforce have transitioned to remote work almost overnight, leaving businesses and their HR teams to quickly adapt to the new normal. As many states and countries consider phased plans to reopen their economies over the next number of months, it’s clear that companies won’t return to business-as-usual anytime soon.

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Nowhere is this adaptation more essential than in the area of asset management and data security, but the speed of the transition means that IT and operations teams may not have had sufficient time to update their practices. Moreover, HR departments will have to acclimatize to this new normal “on the fly” leaving them increasingly susceptible to malefactors and potential nefarious activity by current and or departing employees.

Sean Tuttle and Daniel Fuller list proactive steps that organizations can take to prevent loss of confidential data and proprietary assets during the COVID-19 crisis, as well as important practices to keep in mind if nefarious employee behavior is suspected.

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About the Authors

Sean Tuttle

Sean Tuttle

Sean Tuttle, a Partner with StoneTurn, leads StoneTurn’s Forensic Technology practice and brings more than 16 years of experience in managing investigations and litigation matters involving technology as a principle […]

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Daniel Fuller

Daniel Fuller, a Managing Director at StoneTurn, brings more than fourteen years of experience in forensic technology services, specifically in identification, preservation, extraction, documentation and analysis of electronically-stored information (“ESI”). […]

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