As businesses adapt to the “new normal” of extreme uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, countless employees are faced with the prospect of working remotely in a variety of new (and sometimes less-than-secure) environments. Cybercriminals have taken notice.
In my previous article, Prejudgment Garnishing Orders: Getting it Right, I discussed how pre-judgment garnishment is available to a party that is owed a debt so as to intercept funds intended for the party they are claiming against. I also discussed how that remedy is considered extraordinary and requires strict adherence to certain requirements.
Not-for-profits have numerous opportunities to leverage information technology (IT), from social media to cloud computing and beyond.