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Working from Home? Be Wary of These Cybersecurity Risks

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Working from Home? Be Wary of These Cybersecurity Risks

Postby patrickjburt » Sat Mar 21, 2020 3:41 pm

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread globally, many organizations are closing offices and requiring employees to work from home. Just reading out a post on cybersecurity risks that both employers and employees to be extremely cautious of them.

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Re: Working from Home? Be Wary of These Cybersecurity Risks

Postby Becky1996 » Thu Jun 18, 2020 3:00 pm

Network security needs attention, not only to prevent it in software but also to protect information during transmission. The confidentiality of information transmitted by general copper wire cables is not high, and it is easy to be eavesdropped and intercepted, while the confidentiality of fiber optic cables It is very strong, and it only needs to be converted by optical moduleshttps://www.fibermall.com/store-16528-100g-qsfp28.htm to convert optical and electrical signals.
I still think desktop computers are better than laptops, you guys?
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Re: Working from Home? Be Wary of These Cybersecurity Risks

Postby deimitrievanz » Wed Sep 09, 2020 12:46 am

That was a good read. Thanks for sharing. I understand the risks of working from home and always use a Linux VPN when I am coding.
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Re: Working from Home? Be Wary of These Cybersecurity Risks

Postby DarleneChapman » Wed Sep 09, 2020 9:58 pm

Yes! nowadays cybersecurity is the biggest concern people are facing too many problems even big or small business suffer from this situation then during the pandemic developed the new risk but in that situation, you can use the VPN and avoid the major security risk but here is the more concern like phishing vishing attack, etc so you just found the other security ways to protect your data and privacy.
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