Secure Working from Home – Some Ideas and Guidance

There is plenty of information out there how to secure a “Home Office” environment in these days and I do not want this to be another one. However, I tried to compile a few resources, which might help you overcome some of the current challenges: VPN Shortage Quite some customers initially decided to route their…

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Webinar: Securing Remote Work

This week we will run a webinar as a follow up to a blog post: the Alternative ways for security professionals and IT to achieve modern security controls in today’s unique remote work scenarios These webinars will take place: Session 1: Tuesday, March 31, 2020  9:00 AM Pacific Time Session 2:Tuesday, March 31, 2020  6:00…

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Threat Intelligence on COVID-19

The question what the malicious actors do during the crisis is one which comes up fairly often. My observation was – as bad as it sounds – that we had “business as usual”. As with any catastrophe or significant event, we see themed phishing attacks popping up – the same here. I guess as long…

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Hackers don’t break in – they log in

We talked about this very often so far: Passwords are by far the weakest link when it comes to security today. 81% of successful attacks involve lost, breached or re-used passwords. There is another fairly current article mentioning that, even when it comes to industrial espionage in the times of COVID-19: State-linked hacking continues amid…

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