Cybersecurity Tips for Working Remotely - June 2020

By Steve LaPha, Vice President, Dytech Group
Thu, Jun 25, 2020

Home networks, actions of family members and the security of workstations can impact your company’s security.
     There are some simple steps companies can take to keep safe. First, you must increase your awareness of current attacker activities and tactics to avoid falling victim to their schemes. Second, you must use secure workstations when working remotely.
     Attackers are already taking advantage of the current crisis and our strong desire for information and answers. They are using a variety of tactics, but the most common attacks observed are: Read more


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