With COVID-19 concerns canceling face-to-face meetings, be aware of the security risks of videoconferencing and how to easily overcome them. At the time of writing one-third of the world’s population is enduring restricted movement to stem the spread of COVID-19. The lockdown has driven huge swaths of the working population to become remote workers, many for … More Work from home: Videoconferencing with security in mind
How can employees stay motivated and productive while teleworking during the COVID-19 crisis? As more of the world’s population than ever before take their equipment home to begin working remotely, the challenge is for team leaders to ensure their team members remain productive, motivated and engaged, and avoid the issues of isolation. Last year, Buffer, a company … More Keep calm and carry on working (remotely)
As the COVID-19 pandemic has many organizations switching employees to remote work, a virtual private network is essential for countering the increased security risks. If you’re newly working from home because of the COVID-19 outbreak, you probably have to learn some new tools and tricks very quickly now. Here we look at virtual private network (VPN) technology. … More Work from home: How to set up a VPN
If the coronavirus has you working from home for the next few weeks, don’t forget about cybersecurity best practices that can help defend against a cyberattack. Along with the coronavirus upsurge, new “opportunities” have blossomed for cybercriminals in at least two ways. First, the term “coronavirus” is reaching unprecedented levels of search volumes, meaning that malicious … More 5 tips for a cybersecure home office experience
File-less malware attacks leave little trace, which makes them all the more threatening. A file-less malware attack doesn’t even need to install software on a victim’s machine and is instead based on an attacker taking control of something already installed on your computer. A file-less malware attack often latches onto a built-in component of Windows … More What exactly is a file-less malware attack and how could it affect your business?
What you need to know about the critical security hole that could enable the next WannaCryptor. Remember the panic that hit organizations around the world on May 12th, 2017 when machine after machine displayed the WannaCryptor ransom screen? Well, we might have a similar incident on our hands in the coming days, weeks or months … More Patch now! Why the BlueKeep vulnerability is a big deal
A white hat hacker has developed a “universal remote” that is capable of unlocking the latest hi-tech cars and garages. Samy Kamkar, an independent security researcher, says his tiny radio device can bypass “rolling code” security, which keeps new cars and modern garages safe and secure. The idea behind this system is that every time you lock or … More Universal remote can ‘hack into any car’