Author: David Mejia

Top Phishing Attacks: Email Subjects and LinkedIn

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Now that people are returning to offices, cyber-criminals are using new ways to catch you and grab your sensitive information. Multiple kinds to trick you are been created and performed everyday, now attackers they are taking advantage people are returning to offices and are a like more cautious with their digital information.
KnowBe4, on their blog, explains and helps us to be more aware of these new phishing attacks and our vulnerabilities.
New Report Shows Users Are Falling for Security and HR-Related Phishing Attacks

Why do you need a VPN for remote work?

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Why do you need a VPN for remote work?

To start things off, are you familiar with what a VPN is, and what it is used for?
VPN is an acronym for Virtual Private Network, and is a secured, encrypted data connection to another private network. In this unique time in global history, companies and employees need a reliable way to connect to each other remotely, making VPN connections more necessary now than ever before.

There are two kinds of VPN’s; hardware and software. More information on this can be found here.

Source: SDx Central, Connor Craven

IT Scaling to Support Remote Work

IT infrastructure scaling needed to support actual remote working environments comprehends cloud-based migrations and solutions, VPN connections, and adequate hardware for remote work. Some companies fail to migrate to remote work without adapting their infrastructure to new requirements. Here are some of the insights and lessons learned from IT professionals.

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Source: SDx Central, Marlese Lessing