By Edward Gately, ChannelFutures

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt the normal flow of business, the unprecedented circumstances of this crisis have also brought a host of new cybersecurity concerns to the forefront for many businesses.

Strong cybersecurity plans have some built-in flexibility to account for variables like occasional telework or short-term business disruptions, but most SMBs weren’t prepared to quickly go fully remote and conduct business electronically indefinitely. Sudden changes to the way that workers are using devices and accessing information have added unexpected cybersecurity vulnerabilities for SMBs that bad actors are ready to exploit.

IT experts agree that it’s essential for SMBs to quickly revamp their security strategies and strengthen their defenses against cyberattacks immediately. Better training and new tools are essential components of the heightened cybersecurity response that companies must quickly deploy to protect their systems and data from cybercriminals in the wake of the Coronavirus.

Read the full article here to get insight from Kevin Lancaster, ID Agent CEO and General Manager of Security Solutions at Kaseya.