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Remote Worker Security Becomes Critical

A recent FBI announcement revealed that they expect that “telework software vulnerabilities” will be a major focus of cyber-criminals due to COVID-19 pandemic. (See the companion article in this issue.) With millions of business people now working from home in a hurry, each with potentially different devices, connections, firewalls and VPNs (or perhaps no firewalls or VPNs), now is the time to make sure your business is secure with remote worker security.

Getting Work Done Remotely

So we’re in the middle of the COVID-19 Pandemic and your staff is now working remotely -- something you likely didn’t plan for and certainly were not ready for. Before you let your first worker connect to your office network from home, you probably installed new security measures to make sure they could work safely and securely.

How To Zoom Safely

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With so much of the business world almost instantly beginning to work from home due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the need to remotely collaborate with those we work with has become hugely important.

What are GDPR and CCPA? Understanding Website Privacy Regulations

You may have heard the acronyms GDPR and CCPA recently and wondered what they were all about. Both are acronyms for data privacy rules that seek to control how you collect and control data on your website and within your company. If you’ve heard anything about the GDPR, you know that it’s a European Law, and based on that description you might have concluded that it doesn’t apply to your company.

Ransomware + Data Exfiltration Makes Any Breach Worse

As the history of cyber security unfolds, we’re seeing that the after-effects of any cyber security event gets worse over time. Now what we’re seeing is that the threat of Ransomware just got much worse with the advent of Data Exfiltration. In a typical ransomware breach, your data is locked up so that you can’t access it, grinding your business to a halt.