Watch the recording of Security Remote Workers webinar. During the online session, our Chief Information Security Officer and a Sophos Product Specialist discuss the best practices to secure remote working in the current situation.
In light of the recent Covid-19 pandemic, companies are enabling remote working at larger scales. Often security is left as an afterthought and attackers take advantage of the newly created vulnerabilities in the system and the social panic.
Remote working for a hacker is brilliant, and not in the sense that they can work from home in a dark room wearing a hoodie. But because remote working means that a business is intentionally giving a path into the internal network that could potentially be accessed by anyone on the internet. This blog post covers some of the things that we have encountered across the team over the years.
As the Covid-19 situation looks set to escalate, there's a lot to think about to keep your business running. Last week we shared the Top 10 areas we've focused on to ensure our own business continuity.
From today, we'll be going into these in more detail, setting out what we've learnt and offering specific guidance and support. Let's start with telephony.
The top 10 things to consider for your home-working plan.
Many businesses are rightly concerned about the potential impact of the developing situation with coronavirus and how it may impact their business.