Tag: remote working

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Cybersecurity and COVID-19: 4 Lessons Learned

by Kevin Lancaster

COVID-19 brough unexpected security issues to the table. Take a look at these 4 lessons learned from cybersecurity and COVID-19 to be ready for the next big cybersecurity challenge.

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3 Ways to Avoid Being the Catch of the Day in the 2020 Phishing Boom

by ID Agent

Don't become the catch of the day in the 2020 phishing boom with these tools to protect your business from today's biggest threat!

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Identity & Access Management Rules CISO Top Priorities

by Amy McNeal

CISO top priorities have changed drastically in the wake of COVID-19. See why secure identity and access management tops the new list.

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Student Data Breach Danger Also Impacts Businesses

by ID Agent

Student data breach danger is growing. So how does a breach like that impact your business? Here are 3 major hazards, and 3 ways to eliminate them.

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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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10 Password Security Statistics That You Need to See Now

by Kevin Lancaster

These 10 password security statistics clearly show why relying on a password to secure your data in 2020 is just as dangerous like relying on an old lock to secure your door.

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The Week in Breach 06/10/20 – 06/16/20

by Kevin Lancaster

Cybersecurity and Breach News including ransomware shutting down major production lines, why remote offices need updated cybersecurity plans and 2 internet safety coloring books for kids.

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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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The Week in Breach: 06/03/20 – 06/09/20

by Kevin Lancaster

This Week in Breach, glaring oversights lead to data disasters, ransomware puts governance out of action, and a new study shows the enormous cost of data breaches

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The Week in Breach: 05/27/20 – 06/02/20

by Kevin Lancaster

This Week in Breach, ransomware hits organizations, database danger in the EU parliament and a free webinar on leveraging LinkedIn to thrive!

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