While the world is on lockdown, we look at how cybersecurity is affected by the Covid-19 crisis. In this section you find all our articles on the subject. Whether you want to know how to protect your company and your remote workforce, or whether you’re interested in some astonishing numbers relating to cybersecurity and the Corona virus – we’ve got you covered.
The use of collaboration platforms has spiked this year, helping to ease the effects of the Corona crisis. However, these platforms are a security threat themselve. Read why and what do about it in this article.
Due to the ongoing crisis, Work-from-Home has finally gone mainstream. However, just using VPN is not enough to secure remote access – the new SASE concept might just be the solution companies need, writes our guest author Thomas Ehrlich.
Special: How Corona changed Cybersecurity. A couple of new articles about covid-19 along with our posts related to the crisis from the past months.
If you are responsible for IT security, much of what you knew about keeping data safe and systems secure went out the window in Mid-March.
These days, everybody talks about Covid-19 and cyberattacks. But how do biological and computer viruses compare? Read all about it here
We had the chance to talk to Theresa Payton, Former White House Chief Information Officer and CEO of Fortalice Solutions about the recent attacks on healthcare organisations.
How can you secure your work setting when working from home? Find out in this article about the art of cyber distancing.
There are many threats which are increasing now that everyone is working from home – but will there be additional threats once we return to the office? Find out in our latest article
Zero Trust is a concept known for a decade – and becomes increasingly important in today’s environment. What Zero Trust entails and why it is even more important today is explained by Glenn Akester in this article.
Work from home, anyone? Or should we say, work from home, everyone? As we all know, one of the methods that businesses have adopted to