Now that you've taken the necessary precautions in the security operations center in light of COVID-19, there is still more that can be done among your remote workforce. We've put together a list of cybersecurity tips for users who are working from home for the near to mid-term future as the world responds and takes measures to contain the spread of COVID-19. Follow these cybersecurity tips for your remote workers to protect your company and your users.
Even with anti-phishing controls in place, the best protection against a phishing attack is vigilance. With bad actors taking advantage of the current situation to launch more phishing attacks, be sure that your users know the best ways to notify IT of suspicious emails.
If your company allows the use of personally owned devices for company business, and team members working remotely can connect to corporate resources using their personal equipment, ensure that:
We hope these cybersecurity tips for your remote workers are helpful. This is by no means an exhaustive list. If your organization has more to add, we would like to hear from you.
If you'd like help protecting your organization, know that we're here for you. Reach out to start the conversation.