As remote work is growing in popularity these days, many organizations are also realizing security environments are dramatically changing too. Securing remote work doesn’t just rest on the job of an IT team. It also requires a lot of trust. When people are performing remote work, senior leadership need to trust that every team beyond …
Cybersecurity is a growing and ever changing industry in the tech world. While it has plenty of issues that it needs to continue to address, there are several developments in this space that are remarkable. For those that are curious, here are some of the themes that have emerged from the industry and analysts have …
With more and more people working remotely across the world, breaches are still on the rise at an unprecedented rate. The World Economic Forum stated that this pandemic presents many risks of increased cyberattacks and it makes sense. We have a higher dependence and usage of tech these days and not many people will be as secure. Furthermore on a security level, you may have a better setup at the office than at home.
To ensure people can work safer, here are some measures that you can take.
When major disasters strike, there are many individuals who take advantage of these opportunities. Such is the case with scammers and con-artists alike. As many countries are struggling to overcome COVID-19, scammers have used this opportunity to cause further worry and concern over people.
These days are the best days for people to become cybersecurity experts. I say this because when looking at this industry, you see growth, but also a large potential for growth due to them lacking a very vital piece.
More people to take on cybersecurity roles.
The world of cybersecurity is an interesting world filled with many brilliant minds. Every day we are working on building more security systems only to find exploits that can be patched up later. On top of that, you have the ongoing conflict between professionals, individuals, and businesses against hackers.