Is Zoom Safe for Work?

Posted by Ford Winslow on Apr 6, 2020 9:03:47 AM

Is Zoom Safe for Work?

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Topics: cybersafe, In the press, remote work, COVID-19, Coronavirus, Best practice, cyber safety, zoom, san diego

Cybersecurity Tips for Home Workers

Posted by Eric Nichter on Mar 30, 2020 4:00:00 PM

Best practice

The following tips have been collected over the last two weeks from cybersecurity professionals, IT teams and business continuity experts. We can't prevent hackers from trying to breach our systems or inject ransomware into our networks, however the following tips can help make it more difficult for them to disrupt our work from home. 

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Topics: cybersafe, corporate cybersecurity, cyber risk, Latest Publications, ransomware, remote work, remote workforce, Cybersecurity Training, Best practice, cyber safety

Worried About 3rd Party Cyber-Risk? You're not Alone....

Posted by Ford Winslow on May 1, 2019 4:44:19 PM

After an inspiring discussion of how interoperability is the future for community health at last week's CIE Summit, the sobering reality is that 3rd party cyber risk is a huge and complex problem.

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Topics: cybersafe, technology, threat analysis, compliance, corporate cybersecurity, cyber risk, cyberattack, Cybersecurity news, cybersecurity plan, healthcare

Planning for your Cyber-Safe 2019 – Part 1: Where do I begin?

Posted by Ford Winslow on Nov 25, 2018 4:51:55 PM

As the turkey is wearing off and the end-of-year shopping season is upon us, I think about all the businesses that will suffer breaches on Cyber Monday. In 2017, 75% of workers admitted they will shop online from work today according to Robert Half Technology. With the average single-product security solution (think Anti-virus) being only 22% effective in stopping network intrusion, a higher than average number of companies will be breached on cyber Monday given the soaring numbers of fictitious and infected sites in cyberspace.

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Topics: cybersafe, cybersecurity plan, Latest Publications