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I see you: your home-working photos reveal more than you think!

by Jason Nurse Most of us now use online platforms routinely – in some countries, almost exclusively – to engage with work colleagues, friends, family and loved ones. One worrying trend is the posting online of photos of home-working setups, video calls, and virtual meetings. This trend has coined its . . . Read more

Inbox Attacks: The Miserable Year (2020) That Was

Reflecting on 2020’s record-breaking year of spam and inbox threats. Purging your inbox has become a year-end tradition for many. A short hiatus for the holidays often provides a quiet moment to flush the previous year’s mountain of spam. And, from the looks of our 2020 inbox, years of herculean . . . Read more

2020 Work-for-Home Shift: What We Learned

Threatpost explores 5 big takeaways from 2020 — and what they mean for 2021. Goodbye, 2020 — and good riddance, right? Most of us don’t want to take too much from this year into the next — but let’s make an exception for what we learned about security in the . . . Read more

Defending the Intelligent Edge from Evolving Attacks

Fortinet’s Aamir Lakhani discusses best practices for securing company data against next-gen threats, like edge access trojans (EATs).

How to Update Your Remote Access Policy – And Why You Should Now

Reducing the risks of remote work starts with updating the access policies of yesterday. For close to two decades, organizations have allowed privileged employees to work remotely by offering remote access solutions as a part of the daily work environment. But until recently, working remotely was more of a luxury . . . Read more

Defining Security Policies to Manage Remote Insider Threats

This is the time to define the new normal; having well-defined policies in place will help businesses maintain its security posture while bolstering the security of the ever-increasing work-from-home population. Even as state and local governments begin to relax COVID-19-related stay-at-home orders, many businesses have adapted to having more people . . . Read more

The Network Perimeter: This Time, It’s Personal

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Industrial Cyberattacks Get Rarer but More Complex

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Security Takeaways from the Great Work-from-Home Experiment

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DDoS Attacks Skyrocket as Pandemic Bites

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