Thu, Jun 11, 2020

Alan Brill Discusses the Pitfalls of Recording Videoconferences with ISGM

Remote working capabilities have proved to be a critical enabler for business and economic continuity as organizations and employees adjust to the new normal. Videoconferencing has become essential for seamlessly integrating regular business operations at the office into a home setup. However, in our haste to communicate remotely via tools such as Zoom, WebEx, Skype, GoToMeeting and Microsoft Teams, we need to consider the privacy and security risks that can accompany these platforms.

Alan Brill, Senior Managing Director in the Cyber Risk practice of Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps, in an interview with Information Security Media Group (ISGM), discusses why organizations turning to videoconferencing should take a step back and think twice before hitting “record.” Alan highlights how recordings can serve as a business record and be treated as evidence during litigation or when requested by regulators. He goes on to advise organizations to define their work-from-home policies in partnership with their counsel, risk managers and human resources. Alan also discusses the steps organizations must take to mitigate potential data breaches by carefully determining what to record and how to securely store and safeguard recordings.

Alan’s interview is available across the ISGM network on InfoRisk Today, BankInfo Today, CUInfo Security, GovInfo Security, HealthcareInfo Security, CareersInfo Security and DataBreach Today.

Watch the full interview here.

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