One of my co-workers informed me that a family member received an error message on their Home MAC Laptop “Error #0x80072ee7" A good description of the problem is on this web site: https://www.2-spyware.com/remove-error-0x80072ee7-virus.html
My co-worker actually called the number and someone was able to remote into his home laptop. Afterwards he called me and asked me for my thoughts. I told him it was a scam and not to trust that person or call that number again. My co-worker informed me that even though the fake spam tech was on his wife's laptop for 3 minutes that same guy did not connect to his work MAC laptop (that is at home).
I want to scan every device that this co-worker has before he connects to our corporate network. I researched an anti-virus that can be used for MAC/Apple Laptops and found: https://www.clamxav.com/
Then I would suggest that the co-worker use that anti-virus program for every other Apple device at his home. For Windows computers I like to use Hitman pro; but, there are a lot of other programs as well.
I wanted to ask the Experts, if I should do anything else besides scan the co-worker Apple devices (Home and Work Devices)? I am also thinking about having a little safe computing presentation for top executives of the company. Even if their time is extremely important.
So my questions is:
What should I do to make sure that the co-worker's devices are virus free before he connects with them to the corporate network? SO far I was planning using that Anti-Virus software; but, are there any other thoughts?