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

5 Ways to Protect Your Remote Workforce

Posted by Phu Nguyen on Mar 19, 2020 11:43:56 PM

Chances are your workforce is remote by now due to the coronavirus pandemic. A shocking 92% of IT professionals recently admitted that remote workers’ IT environment are dangerously insecure in Open VPN's poll.

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Topics: ransomware, remote work, Hackers, $1,000, cloud storage, remote workforce, remote desktop, RDP, COVID-19, Coronavirus, antivirus software, VPN, tax refund, Trump admin, Email scams, phising, malware

3 Ways Ransomware Affects Healthcare Cybersecurity

Posted by flashpoint on Oct 6, 2017 4:57:34 PM

Ransomware encrypts files and effectively locks users out of their computers and data. Those behind this type of cybersecurity attack then ask for money - ransom - in exchange for your data. It is estimated that 7.4 million new malware programs will be released in 2017. That’s about 850 per hour.

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Topics: Cybersecurity + Healthcare, healthcare, Latest Publications, ransomware