• Kamp Purdy

Another quick note on data protection and working remotely:

There is another pandemic alongside COVID-19: phishing, fraud, and malicious activities have erupted in this time of chaos. Do not share credentials, act on unexpected requests (email, telephone, messenger pigeon, etc) and exercise extreme care and scrutiny with calls, attachments, links, and email.  As employees use personal devices to access company resources the potential risks for ransomware, data leaks, breaches, and compromise grow exponentially. Mobile device management and employee monitoring along with strong infrastructure mitigate these risks. Lastly, file sharing was already popular, but today's circumstances are pushing casual and formal use of services like DropBox, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive to new levels. Data loss protection, behavior monitoring, and breach protections are essential tools for safeguarding these systems.

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