How to Protect Company Data When Laying Off Remote Workers

Claud Mccoid

Laying off personnel is often unpleasant, but possessing to do so when they are entirely remote adds a new wrinkle: What should businesses do to protect the company’s information on laptops and other equipment when letting remote personnel go?
Brian Schrader, president and CEO of BIA, an digital discovery and digital forensics business in New York City, spoke with SHRM On the internet about this tricky topic.

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