By proactively monitoring guest and tenant access and assisting in COVID risk assessment, visitor management systems can help ensure a safer return to the office.
How organizations can maintain a strong security and compliance posture during the ‘new normal’ of remote working?
As the enforcement date for AB685 approaches and employees return to offices, organizations should look into using their existing SIEM and UEBA technologies for strong contact-tracing systems.
Phishing, BEC and social engineering scams work particularly well on employees who are working from home and has become a “perfect storm” for attackers who want to target businesses through their remote workers.
Secure remote working procedures will be a high priority for all types of organizations after COVID-19 as many employees continue to work outside of the traditional office.
Protect your company and customers by layering multiple security protections against cyber attacks including employee education, strong authentication, passive biometrics and behavioral analytics.
With specific guidance from an amended HITECH Act to include a comprehensive cyber policy, the healthcare industry will better secure patients’ data.
With the unprecedented increase in remote work, new study shows a global increase in nearly all types of cyber attacks since the COVID-19 social distancing measures began.
With COVID-19, pivoting to near-universal work from home has opened new areas of risk. How do we conduct tabletop exercises to prepare our response to a security incident?
To meet the ever-increasing challenge of cybercrime and rebuild user trust, tech companies will need to be built with a new standard that embraces a transparent and open source approach.