As a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic, minds have been forced to focus on what really matters. This applies to businesses as much as individuals.
When home and office blur into one, the security of digital connections becomes more important than ever. Today, it is critical for cybersecurity professionals to understand risk, look for potential breaches and build a robust response and recovery capability.
During the pandemic, the hasty adoption or expansion of remote access technologies put users at greater risk of cyber-attacks just as businesses lost some control and visibility over their IT security systems. But are there lessons to be learned for the longer term?