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The "Big Brother is Watching: Surveillance Cameras to Manage Risk, Protect Property and Defend Litigation in the Era of COVID-19" session at RIMS LIVE 2021 discussed many of the issues and benefits of surveillance video. (Photo: Mrs_ya/Shutterstock) The “Big Brother is Watching: Surveillance Cameras to Manage Risk, Protect Property and Defend Litigation in the Era of COVID-19″ session at RIMS LIVE 2021 discussed many of the issues and benefits of surveillance video. (Photo: Mrs_ya/Shutterstock)

In the pandemic era of social distancing and remote work, video surveillance has been a game-changer in managing risks — and that likely will not change post-COVID.

At a recent RIMS Live 2021 session, Seymour Everett, partner at Everett Dorey LLP, and Caryn Siebert, vice president and director of carrier engagement at Gallagher Bassett, discussed how surveillance cameras have become critical risk management tools during the coronavirus crisis.

Heather A. Turner

Heather A. Turner is the managing editor of ALM's NU Property & Casualty Group. She can be reached at [email protected].

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