Many employees have worked remotely for months as a result of the global pandemic. During that time, businesses established technical measures that enabled remote workforces to operate securely. Now, as companies begin opening their doors, and employees slowly return to their offices, business owners need to audit their tech stack and security measures once again.
As restrictions ease and businesses slowly reopen their doors, companies worldwide are preparing to welcome employees back to the office. However, many aspects of office life will inevitably change due to this global pandemic.
As if the global health crisis hasn’t impacted the business community enough in the last 10-plus weeks, bad actors continue to exploit businesses at any possible opportunity. Here’s a roundup of some top cyber security news from the past week.
Recent research from security rating firm BitSight showed that malware attacks have tripled since the global health crisis forced companies to work from home. According to the report, home office networks are 3.5 times more likely than corporate networks to be infected by malware.
We are excited to announce that later this month we’ll launch our new Datto Certification Program and Learning Management System for all Datto Partners! Partners will have a wide variety of training options that are designed to fit busy lifestyles and accommodate different learning preferences.
Over the past few months, managed service providers (MSPs) and small and medium businesses (SMBs) have had to adjust rapidly to the global health crisis. In a time when so many businesses are learning by trial and error, it’s imperative companies develop guidelines and provide context for employees to help them successfully navigate these uncharted waters.