Well, that is a great question. Remote technology support means that you are going to approve someone you do not know to go into your system. Trust is a critical part to this process so make sure that you talk with your expert. Here are five questions I would ask before letting someone provide assistance. […]
With so many people working remotely, more security is required. Multi-factor authentication is the way to go. Is the solo password’s end near?
In theory they know better. But Users naïvely trust workplace communications platforms, despite phishing and impersonation threats.
As employees moved to working from home and on mobile devices, attackers followed them and focused on weekend attacks, a security firm says.