Working from home is becoming the “new normal” for many people affected by the global pandemic. As we get more comfortable meeting via video chat and tuning out the sound of the dishwasher, it is important to stay aware of the risks that threaten the privacy and security of yourself and your organization. Misconfigurations on your machine or perimeter network could leave your data exposed to dangerous cybersecurity threats. In an ideal scenario, your company would provide you with a managed device, pre-configured with security software and controls, but that can be prohibitively costly or significantly increase administrative overhead.
One of the more difficult and time-consuming projects in info-sec is data classification. It’s especially difficult if you’re on a budget - which every company is. When an organization is fairly new to the security and risk driven mindset and must prioritize their efforts to achieve the most bang for their buck; Data Classification is often near the bottom of the list.
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Zoom has been a big name in the headlines lately, mainly due to the world’s newfound dependence on, and perhaps obsession with, the platform. As global business is forced to move online, Zoom has become one of the most commonly chosen video conferencing platforms. It’s easy to use, simple to roll out, and the company has provided free and low-cost licenses to both public and private organizations.