Category: Remote Workforce Security

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Why Phishing Resistance Training for Students is a Must-Have for Businesses

by ID Agent

What happens if your staffer and their child are both working from home and the child falls for a phishing email? your data is in danger. Phishing resistance training for students matters - and it starts with training parents. Find out how to protect your data better.

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Protect Trade Secrets from Cybercriminals in 1 Easy Step

by Kevin Lancaster

Cybercriminals don't just want your company's financial information or client files - they want your proprietary information too. Take this one step to protect trade secrets from cybercriminals.

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National Go Fishing Day: Maritime Analysis

by ID Agent

While you fish on National Go Fishing Day cybercriminals are phishing too. See why phishing attacks are the #1 2020 threat & how to batten down the hatches.

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COVID-19 Phishing Scams Exploit Online Rumor Mill

by Kevin Lancaster

COVID-19 phishing scams, especially precisely targeted spear phishing, abound as cybercriminals get creative to exploit uncertainty for profit.

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3 Ways to Defend Against New COVID-19 Email Scams

by Kevin Lancaster

Don't be fooled by these clever new COVID-19 email scams! Learn how to spot and stop three especially nasty new email scams from catching your staff off guard, plus how to strengthen your defenses.

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Remote Work Security Boost is Critical for a Fully Remote Office

by Kevin Lancaster

Considering staying remote? Whether you're interested in maintaining remote flexibility or staying fully remote like some tech giants, bolstering your cybersecurity is critical.

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CISA Warns of Office 365 Remote Cybersecurity Risks

by Kevin Lancaster

New CISA guidance reveals flaws in cybersecurity strategies that may be dangerous for remote Office 365 users. We've got advice fro how to mitigate those risks.

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Cyberattacks Double as Remote Work Creates Unexpected Vulnerabilities

by Kevin Lancaster

New ways to work bring new cybersecurity challenges - and new opportunities for cybercriminals. Cyberattacks have doubled since January 2020, and phishing attacks have skyrocketed. Here are 3 safety steps that SMBs can take today to defend against this surge in attacks.

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Remote Work Vulnerabilities and How to Address Them

by Kevin Lancaster

Remote workers are getting things done, but they're also creating some unexpected cybersecurity risks to their companies systems and data. Here are some actionable steps to help mitigate those risks before you have a data breach.

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Stolen Account Info Zooms to Dark Web for 500K+ Zoom Users

by Kevin Lancaster

Zoom meetings have become the way we do business right now, but they aren't as safe as you might think. A batch of stolen credentials recently discovered on the Dark Web plus unexpected vulnerabilities means that every company needs to be alert to the dangers of virtual meetings.

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