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With the potential of employees going back into the workplace on the horizon, chief information security officers (CISOs) are mulling applications that utilize exposure notifications in order to track COVID-19’s spread in the office. Steve Moore, chief security strategist with Exabeam, said he is already hearing from CISOs who have been looking at these types of applications. However, with data privacy issues and HIPPA laws tangled up in COVID-19 contact-tracing technology, workplaces looking to institute these exposure notification applications face a slew of challenges. On top of that, people don’t trust contact-tracing apps in general, as seen in the low adoption rates of various applications worldwide. In this week’s Threatpost podcast, senior editor Lindsey Welch talks with Moore about the data privacy challenges posed by impending exposure notification implementations in the workplace. Listen to this week’s Threatpost podcast episode, below, or download direct here. [ ](http://iframe%20style=border:%20none%20src=//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/17521802/height/360/theme/legacy/thumbnail/yes/direction/backward/%20height=360%20width=100%%20scrolling=no%20%20allowfullscreen%20webkitallowfullscreen%20mozallowfullscreen%20oallowfullscreen%20msallowfullscreen/iframe) Below is a lightly edited transcript of this week’s podcast episode. Lindsey Welch: Welcome back to another episode of the Threatpost Podcast. This is Lindsey Welch, senior editor with Threatpost. And…

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