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Daily Three: September 10


September 10, 2020

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  1. With condominium residents spending more time in their units due to the COVID-19 pandemic, complaints of smoke/odor transmission are on the rise. Find out what condominium residents and boards need to know about smoke/odor transmission complaints here. Authored by Adam Kahn


  1. You have secured your network, confirmed that all servers and networking equipment is patched, required your employees to use strong passwords, and your network is monitored 24x7x365, but what have you done to address human behaviors, especially those of a remote workforce? These 5 questions can help you assess your cybersecurity risks with employees working from home. Authored by Tim Quigg


  1. As we previously informed you, on Friday, September 4, the CDC published an order to the Federal Register limiting residential evictions nationwide through December 31, 2020. Not surprisingly, landlords, builders, and other groups within the housing industry are now considering their options in determining how best to respond to this extensive moratorium. Learn more about recent developments on the CDC’s eviction moratorium order. Authored by Jamie Burns


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