Protecting Corporate Data During the Work From Home Era


The number of people working remotely from home has steadily increased over the past decade. But when the pandemic hit in 2020, and 88% of organizations made it mandatory or encouraged their employees to work from home, many individuals and businesses found themselves operating in a new environment. With the quick shift to working from home, the unintended consequence is that organizational data has become exposed to a new set of threats.

Businesses’ common mistakes leave the data on their remote workers’ devices and account susceptible to compromise. There are steps that organizations and individual employees can take to have an immediate effect on the security of their data.

During this 60-minute webinar, we want to help you ‘think like a bad guy’ and understand where you or your organization’s data may be exposed with a WFH (work from home) employee base. 

Topics Include:

  • How to safeguard your organization’s data from your home office
  • Find out if you’re unknowingly exposing data
  • Learn about immediate, easy steps to take to protect your data
Our goal is to provide knowledge and information to help support your matters, not sell you something.

Presentation Deck

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Who Is This For?

While this webinar covers elements that are beneficial for any organization who has employees working remotely, the agenda is focused to support individuals in the following group of positions:

  • General Counsels
  • Compliance Officers
  • Human Resources Members
  • IT Executives
  • Privacy Officers
  • HIPAA Compliance Officers


You will hear from Melody Haase, Client Success Manager at 4Discovery who will walk you through the data security pitfalls that organizations are experiencing during the massive shift to a remote workforce.

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Melody Hasse

Head of Client Success / 4Discovery

Melody is the Client Success Manager for 4Discovery. She has over a decade of experience in program coordination and investigations to manage projects involving ESI. An area of her specialization includes training federal, state, and local law enforcement on the use of internet-based data, including cryptocurrencies, dark web marketplaces, network analysis, and social media investigations. She’s a published author on digital forensics and internal investigations, is on the Editorial Board for CEP Magazine, and is an active member of Women in eDiscovery.