Fifty-six (56) percent of employees are using their personal computers as their company’s go remote in response to COVID-19 according to the Work-from-Home (WFH) Employee Cybersecurity Threat Index released by Morphisec.
Using nonwork authorized tech at home places company data at risk, especially since 23% of employees are unsure what security protocols exist on their devices, Morphisec found.
Security researchers discovered a new Ursnif malware delivery campaign leveraging Excel 4.0 macro functionality.
Two recently released studies lend businesses of all sizes new insights into the endpoint security market. These studies should guide enterprise IT decision-makers in navigating the endpoint security market.
The phishing message pretends to be a zoom conference invitation from employer's HR to discuss the immediate suspension or termination of jobs.
Here's a timeline of every security issue uncovered in the video chat app.
Zoom Video Communications Inc. continues to surge in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic even as yet another security vulnerability has been revealed.
How organizations address the new reality during the short-haul may have long term consequences
Nathan Burke, CMO at cybersecurity asset management startup Axonius, wrote a blog post at about 4 a.m. a couple weekends ago, and its title captures the current mood: Things will be weird in cybersecurity for a while.
Remote work by support staff makes it harder for IT teams to police computer systems and prevent cyberattacks.
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