While we all adjust to the new world of social distancing and working remotely as a result of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), it is important to not let our guard down when it comes to cyber risks. FTI Cybersecurity is here to help navigate this new normal and assist with our collective security.
In this op-ed for The Hill, Global Head of Cybersecurity Anthony J. Ferrante discusses cyber actors using COVID-19 campaigns that attempt to influence and deceive.
In this article, authored by Global Head of Cybersecurity Anthony J. Ferrante and Managing Director David Dunn, we highlight the new cyber threats that have emerged as a result of COVID-19 and provide recommendations to help mitigate risks.
With organizations shifting to remote work environments due to the coronavirus pandemic, Joshua Burch, Head of Cybersecurity, EMEA, and Kate Brader, Managing Director, offer advice to strengthen cybersecurity at this crucial moment in time in this FTI Journal article.
Kyung Kim, Head of Cybersecurity, APAC, shares his thoughts on cybersecurity in a remote world as a result of the coronavirus spread in this article for Asian Legal Business.
Zoom, a remote conferencing service, has seen a significant increase with organizations shifting to remote work environments as a result of COVID-19. The surge in usage has gained the attention of cyber actors, who attempt to exploit vulnerabilities and take advantage of inadvertent missteps. Here are common issues that have increased with the rise of Zoom usage, as well as tips to ensure protection and security.
Microsoft Teams, a collaboration platform used for video meetings, interoffice messaging, and file storage, is being increasingly used by organizations who have transitioned to a remote environment due to COVID-19. Cyber actors are quick to capitalize on tumultuous situations, which includes taking advantage of users unfamiliar with Microsoft Teams. Here are the associated risks and threats, protection recommendations, and how to secure video conferences.
Intelligence Agency Alerts
While we all adjust to the new world of social distancing and working remotely as a result of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), it is important to not let our guard down when it comes to cyber risks. Intelligence agencies have released alerts to keep the public informed and to provide guidance on how to mitigate threats from cyber actors trying to take advantage of an uncertain situation.