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Enterprise cloud accounts have faced an onslaught of cyber attacks in recent months as organistions increase their use of cloud services and collaboration tools.
That’s according to the latest cloud security research from McAfee, who analysed data from its 30 million global McAfee MVISION Cloud users between January and April.
Businesses quickly adapted to enable their employees to work from home when the Government’s Covid-19 lockdown was imposed. But four weeks later, what have we learned? Is there room for improvement to keep organisations secure, productive and engaged? Tim Mercer, CEO of Vapour Cloud, advises how companies can take remote working strategies up a notch…
Is your entire workforce working from home? How can you ensure their productivity? Your on-premises infrastructure for your on-site workforce is fine, but do you have the proper remote infrastructure to support a large number of concurrent connections? The sudden shift in employees working from home has introduced a new set of challenges. From now on, companies will have to ensure that they have a solid remote infrastructure in place. At Login VSI, we’ve been getting a lot of inquiries about what kind of solutions are needed, and how to ensure that the existing or proposed solutions will work. In this webinar, we will review some of these questions and provide insights on how to solve these challenges, as well as how to ensure they’ll stand up to the continued pressure from an external workforce.
Off the back of London Tech Show by CloserStill Media, we’ve launched a virtual meetings platform to help make those days at home super productive. If you registered for the event, prior to the show you should have received an email from firstname.lastname@example.org which invited you to activate your matchmaking and app account. If you’re already activated, head to the platform, sign in with your username (your email) and password and start booking in meetings with those you match with/search for.
Whether its organised cyber-criminals for whom the current health crisis has just broadened their attack landscape, or malevolent opportunistic hackers with time on their hands, there’s no doubting the rise in malware attacks in recent weeks. Every day we are seeing reports of phishing and hacking attempts which have grown with the enforcement of remote working. Sad as it is to acknowledge, despite every kind deed we witness during this period, the world is full of people with no good intent and we are inadvertently opening the backdoor and inviting them in. What is more, we can stop this, and we need to do it now.