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Cybersecurity and the Hybrid Work Model

Posted by Focus Technology on Mon, Mar 28, 2022


As organizations shift the way they operate in the wake of the pandemic, a hybrid work model is on the rise. Hybrid work presents some new cybersecurity challenges to employers and employees, such as employees taking work laptops home and connecting home devices to corporate VPNs. Facing these challenges, many businesses need the tools to both support employees working remotely and maintain their cybersecurity. 

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Topics: cybersecurity

New Linux vulnerability is the worst in years and so simple to execute

Posted by Mike Godfrey on Tue, Mar 08, 2022


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Topics: IT Services, cybersecurity, IT Security

The Cyber Insurance Problem

Posted by Scot Furlong on Thu, Mar 03, 2022


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Topics: IT Services, cybersecurity, IT Security

Beware: Uptick in Ransomware Successful Attacks

Posted by Timothy Lasonde on Tue, Oct 13, 2020

By Tim Lasonde

OCT 13, 2020 -- Over the past few months, our engineers have seen a dramatic increase in ransomware activity. Cybercriminals are using the COVID-19 pandemic, and the fact that the majority of today’s workforce is working from home, to find weaknesses and exploit them. 

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Topics: cybersecurity, Ransomware

Are Remote Employees a Security Risk

Posted by Cathie Briggette on Fri, Aug 18, 2017

Written By Guest Blogger:  Caroline Black

We have entered the world of the flexible workforce. More and more companies, and people, are turning their backs on the way we used to work. There are great benefits in working from home or allowing employees to do so, for both the employer and employee. These include reduced overhead costs, increased engagement and improved productivity, to name a few. However, having even just one remote worker can expose a company to a wide variety of previously unknown security risks.

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Topics: Mobile Device Management, cybersecurity