WEBINAR; Employers & Employees Working from Home - Cybersecurity
WEBINAR - Employers & Employees Working from Home – Cybersecurity; Home-Office Setup, Confidentiality, Policies, Security Best Practices:
- Cybersecurity risks of employees working from home
- Developing or revising policies and protocols for remote working
- Cyber-risks associated with COVID-19
- Protecting Your iOS and PC devices
Christopher B. Hopkins, Esq., MS, McDonald Hopkins LLC
Christopher B. Hopkins is a member of McDonald Hopkins LLC, a business advisory and advocacy law firm. He is a circuit civil mediator, qualified arbitrator, and is admitted to practice in Florida, New York, and Washington DC. Christopher has more than 20 years of trial and appellate experience representing businesses and families in the areas of commercial, construction, legal/medical malpractice, nursing home, and probate litigation.
Christopher’s practice involves a wide range of emerging technologies such as Cybersecurity, data breach, e-discovery, Internet crimes, privacy, and social media discovery. Christopher’s work in these areas permits him to protect client data as well as effectively target discovery and investigation of other parties.
Christopher has a law degree from Tulane, a master’s degree from Wesley Theological Seminary, and a Bachelor’s from the University of Richmond.
Christine R. Vanderpool, Vice-President, IT Security, Florida Crystals
Christine Vanderpool is the CISO for Florida Crystals, the world’s largest sugar cane refiner and the home of household names such as Domino Sugar, C&H, Redpath, Tate & Lyle Sugars, Sidul and, of course, Florida Crystals. Although it was never her plan to she have a career in IT, Vanderpool has a proven track record as a security leader for almost 20 years. She has spent her career in a variety of security and IT roles including security leadership for Molson Coors Brewing Company and Kaiser Permanente. In addition, she writes for several online security blogs and magazines and is published in The Complete Compliance and Ethics Manual. Christine was the 2019 Cyber Security Woman Leader of the Year and the 2020 recipient of Global Technology Executives Who Matter Award.