Recorded Webinar:

How to Stay Cyber Aware While Working from Home

How to Stay Cyber Aware While Working from Home

Government employees nationwide are moving to at-home work locations as social distancing in response to COVID-19 (the “coronavirus”) increases. The ever-present cyber threats that concern governments, however, don’t disappear when employees go home.

Your employees are an important first line of defense against a cyberattack. Unfortunately, they are also your weakest link – even when working from home. Social engineers are very adept at tricking people to get what they want. Whether trying to acquire sensitive information or gain access to a restricted area, they prey on our basic human nature by building trust and confidence.

This recording will educate you about the threat that social engineering poses to your working from home situation and the types of fraud that you can expect from this type of attack. Veteran social engineer, Max Greene, will share some tips on how to mitigate risk and protect both public and personal networks and information while you are working from home.

Meet the Speaker

Max Greene

Client Experience Consultant
Tyler Technologies

Tyler Technologies is following the guidance of local health officials and the CDC to protect the health and safety of their employees, clients, and partners during this unprecedented time regarding COVID-19 (the “coronavirus”). Learn more at