Hybrid working poses technology risks for companies

Major regulatory and compliance implications need to be addressed

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Asking colleagues to turn on mics, working from the study, sofa or bed, and only venturing into the office when necessary, have all become part of our new normal.

For many firms, hybrid working policy is now being considered as part of their long-term business strategy.  However, while beneficial in many ways, hybrid working comes with its own risks and challenges.  For many this initially centred around the panic of having housemates, pets, or children breezily interrupt our client meetings, but the reality is far more sobering.  As the lines between our personal and working lives have blurred, our evolving use of technology leaves some major regulatory and compliance implications that must be addressed. This topic unsurprisingly came to...

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