SecurityMagazine.com put up an interesting article this week that includes their TOP 7 cybersecurity predictions for 2021. Besides them stealing one of our marketing tricks (ahem 7 predictions? That's my bag! ::shakes fist::) it's worth a read.
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Are you still working from home? That's probably a silly question, of course, you are. Most everybody is still working from home. If you're anything like the rest of us you've probably noticed intermittent internet issues. I know I have. When the pandemic first started, and everyone was stuck indoors, my internet took a NOSEDIVE. Everybody was online, streaming God knows what, trying to use business applications over residential connections.
Topics: Covid-19 Work from Home Pandemic
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The Covid-19 Pandemic has raised some interesting challenges. People around the world have had to make do when it comes to rapid change. That doesn't just stand for the honest, but cyberattackers too are adapting to our new reality.
Topics: Lists Cyberattack Covid-19 Cyberattackers Pandemic
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We've got a webinar coming up. I know, you've probably been inundated with requests to join webinars since this whole COVID-19 Pandemic started.
Topics: Ruckus Webinar Scale Computing Coronavirus Covid-19
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About a week ago I got a call from a phone number I didn't recognize. It was a Massachusetts number from out around Springfield. I've got family out that way, I figured "Carl, you better answer that."
Topics: Phishing Spear-Phishing Covid-19 Barracuda
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Topics: HB 1612 Schools Coronavirus Covid-19
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If you've ever had to connect remotely over Virtual Private Network (VPN) for work, you're missing out. Dante's Inferno would have included VPNs, had they been around in the 14th Century.