Video conferencing platforms like Zoom, Cisco, Google and Microsoft have helped enable remote work — but they also present security challenges. An international consortium reviewed the state of video teleconferencing platforms and how cybersecurity leaders can ensure their safety.
With the flight to remote work happening so suddenly, senior decision makers at small and medium sized businesses simply haven’t come to reality with their cybersecurity capabilities, and in turn, vulnerabilities.
Every year, according to a Justice Department study, approximately 18,700 violent workplace events are committed by an intimate of the victim: a current or former spouse, lover, partner, or boyfriend/girlfriend.
A Gartner, Inc. survey of 317 CFOs and Finance leaders on March 30, 2020* revealed that 74 percent intend to move at least five percent of their previously on-site workforce to permanently remote positions post-COVID 19.
Alan Katerinsky, cybersecurity expert and Professor of Management in Science and Systems at the University of Buffalo School of Management, provides cybersecurity tips for teleworkers during the coronavirus crisis.
The COVID-19 virus may have started in China, but its effects are spreading across the globe – in various forms beyond the virus itself. In addition to the tragic loss of life it has already claimed, the virus’ impact on the business world has been far-reaching.