by Spark Team
In this segment of Cheddar news, learn about the about trends in digital and physical security that are shaping the future of work.
Watch this segment from Cheddar News (TV network) sponsored by ADP, featuring Kim Albarella VP, Risk and Security Advocacy at ADP. She shares insights about new security measures employees may see when returning to work, threats to physical and digital security, protecting data in the hybrid workplace and security guidelines employers can leverage during the pandemic and beyond.
Watch this video to learn more about trends in digital and physical security that are shaping the future of work.
The video segment covers these topics beginning at these times:
0:55 – All companies should look at workplace security and safety in three areas; physical space, health-related, and meetings and travel.
1:07 – Changes in the workplace environment for greater safety
1:35 – How the ways people do business is likely to change
2:25 – Safety requirements business owners need to ensure their employees and customers feel safe
3:12 – How cyber threats have changed as the pandemic continues to evolve
3:36 – The opportunities scammers are targeting to prey on unsusceptible individuals, including government stimulus packages, Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, rent stabilization, and unemployment fraud
4:08 – How employers can ensure their digital data is protected in the hybrid work model
4:24 – Why having a Virtual Private Network (VPN) and Bring your Own Device (BYOD) policy helps ensure security
5:30 – How to enable your employees with the right tools to protect sensitive information
5:51 – Cyber and physical security guidelines for employers to follow now and into the future of work
6:10 – Tips to building future resiliency in your supply chain and workspaces
To learn about the other episodes in this series, visit this page.
ADP Compliance Resources
ADP maintains a staff of dedicated professionals who carefully monitor federal and state legislative and regulatory measures affecting employment-related human resource, payroll, tax and benefits administration, and help ensure that ADP systems are updated as relevant laws evolve. For the latest on how federal and state tax law changes may impact your business, visit the ADP Eye on Washington Web page located at www.adp.com/regulatorynews.
ADP is committed to assisting businesses with increased compliance requirements resulting from rapidly evolving legislation. Our goal is to help minimize your administrative burden across the entire spectrum of employment-related payroll, tax, HR and benefits, so that you can focus on running your business. This information is provided as a courtesy to assist in your understanding of the impact of certain regulatory requirements and should not be construed as tax or legal advice. Such information is by nature subject to revision and may not be the most current information available. ADP encourages readers to consult with appropriate legal and/or tax advisors. Please be advised that calls to and from ADP may be monitored or recorded.
If you have any questions regarding our services, please call 855-466-0790.
One ADP Boulevard, Roseland, NJ 07068
This article originally appeared on SPARK powered by ADP.