Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Kansas City Biz Hopes Newbie Tele-Workers Won't Get Hacked At Home

Here's a good place to start research for safer work-at-home practices that may or may not involve trading memes all day like most jobs . . . Read more:

Working from home? Take these cybersecurity steps

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With stay-at-home orders now in effect across the Kansas City metro, thousands of people will shift to working remotely. For many, it's the first work-from-home experience of their careers. That's the case for Ted Kapke, a Lee's Summit attorney.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh the TV people are the IT experts now!