COVID-19 may have altered how we work, but nothing will change why we work: to provide peace of mind when people need it most. As a result, we’ve doubled down on resources to assist our partners, clients, and members.

Let’s take a look at a few examples you might have missed.

Updated COVID-19 Resources

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If you haven’t visited our official COVID-19 Toolkit since the launch, you might want to check it out. We’ve added new content, like security training videos, as well as fresh blogs you can share with your clients. The password is Privacy1.

How to prevent Zoombombing

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While tools like Zoom are making at-home meetings nearly frictionless, they have had a number of privacy and security snafus. Learn more about the latest FBI warning and how you can help prevent Zoombombing in our article.

Remote work and identity protection

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The current health crisis has created a perfect storm of remote workers and COVID-19-related phishing attacks. Here’s how an identity-theft-protection benefit can safeguard employees’ peace of mind — and their productivity.

Healthcare hacks during COVID-19

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The healthcare industry has been hit hard, including some not-so-obvious ways. Medical devices, software, and patient records are increasingly connected online — and therefore more vulnerable to hacks and breaches. Read more about healthcare hacks (external link).

by: Charles Jackson,
AFEUSA President

Charles Jackson President AFEUSA