It’s common for scammers to take advantage of emergencies, moments when people are scared, searching for information and vulnerable. The coronavirus epidemic is proving to be no different. As the outbreak of COVID-19 spreads across the world so do malicious phishing attacks.
With social distancing, self-isolation, and 30-day stay-at-home orders in place its easy to find yourself idle … very, very idle. The good news: We live in a technologically savvy world, there’s plenty you can do to stay connected with friends and family.
With social distancing and Stay at Home Orders in full effect, organizations have been forced to enable a fully remote workforce. Ready or not, most teams are now partially if not fully working remotely. However, the rush to remote working can create cyber-security threats.
This is a challenging time for everyone around the globe. Concerns about the COVID-19 virus have led to a boom in remote working and left organizations scrambling to ensure their remote workforce can stay connected. In an effort to help lead our community through this ever-changing situation we have compiled a list of vendors that are now offering free tools to small businesses to help your team remain connected.