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With the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies are encouraging their staff to work from home in order to limit the spread of the Coronavirus and keep their staff safe.
I don’t think anybody knows what’s going to happen next, but it’s very possible that similar measures could happen (or already have happened) with your office.
In light of these concerns, I have a few tips for working remotely.
Cyber-criminals are seeing the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to exploit the public’s fears and anxiety. They are now weaponizing these feelings into cyber-attacks.
In fact, the US Department of Health and Human Services has already been targeted in a cyber-attack that is believed to have been unsuccessful at taking down systems and stealing data.
Keeping all of this in mind, we would like to share with you the US Department of Homeland Security’s Cyber-Infrastructure (CISA) alert outlining a few key areas to focus on as these attacks ramp up.
With many States across the U.S. taking major actions to limit the spread of COVID-19, businesses need to offer their staff with options to telecommute.
DP Solutions can help! When you join our Managed IT Services program, you’ll enjoy many technology services that can help you provide an effective telework environment for your employees. Talk with one of our Business Solutions Advisors about enrolling in our Managed IT Services plan.
How DP Solutions can help enable your employees to work remotely:
The outbreak of the Coronavirus has many employers evaluating their capabilities to allow staff to work from home. Considering this current pandemic, it’s important that your organization is prepared to provide productive work spaces outside of the office.
Below are a few tips to create a productive remote work environment for your staff:
Did you know that sharing too much information on Social Media makes it that much easier for cyber-criminals to target you for a Spear Phishing attack?
In under 5 minutes, Ben Schmerler shows you 3 ways to avoid becoming the victim of Spear Phishing.