How to Keep Cybersecurity in Mind When Negotiating Work-From-Home Vendor Contracts

Cybersecurity and Privacy   |   April 22, 2020
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In an article published in the Daily Business Review, Carlton Fields cybersecurity and privacy attorneys Steven Blickensderfer and Patricia M. Carreiro provided cybersecurity tips for businesses evaluating their work-from-home vendor contracts. The timely article addresses the COVID-19 pandemic as well as newly implemented privacy legislation.

READ: Daily Business Review, “How to Keep Cybersecurity in Mind When Negotiating Work-From-Home Vendor Contracts” (subscription only)

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