CIO Dive: Where privacy and security ‘clash’ for remote work

Mary Hildebrand visited her office for the first time since March last week. The residual evidence of what life used to be was scattered across the office — newspapers last dated from mid-March.

When businesses across industries went remote, the move introduced “clashes” between security and privacy for the new remote and scattered office, Hildebrand, chair and founder of the Privacy and Cybersecurity practice at Lowenstein Sandler, told CIO Dive.

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