May 01, 2020

Cybersecurity Best Practices: The COVID-19 Pandemic

What are the best cybersecurity practices to adopt in a time when teleworking is the new normal?

In this exclusive webinar, Rick Hariman, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer at City National Bank, and Brian Fricke, Senior Vice President and Chief Security Information Officer, share their professional expertise to help you actively protect your personal and business data while being connected online.

In addition to offering smart tips to counter the cyberattacks that have increased significantly due to COVID-19, Hariman and Fricke outline why you should:

  • Employ security fundamentals, including software patching and updating passwords.

  • Learn to recognize scams and schemes, from ransomware to extortion emails.

  • Remain aware of social engineering tactics and react appropriately.

Watch their insightful video here to learn more about teleworking securely during COVID-19.

This presentation is for general information and education only. It is provided as a courtesy to the clients and friends of City National Bank (City National). City National does not warrant that it is accurate or complete. Opinions expressed and estimates or projections given are as of the presentation with no obligation to update or notify of inaccuracy or change. This presentation may not be reproduced, distributed or further published by any person without the written consent of City National. Please cite source when quoting.


This video is for general information and education only and it is provided as a courtesy to the clients and friends of City National Bank. It is compiled from data and sources believed to be reliable, however City National Bank does not warrant that it is accurate or complete. Opinions expressed and estimates given are those of the speaker as of the date of publish with no obligation to update or notify of inaccuracy or change. City National Bank, as a matter of policy, does not give tax, accounting, regulatory or legal advice. Rules in the areas of law, tax and accounting are subject to change and open to varying interpretations and readers should seek professional advice.