In the space of just a few hours late last week I saw four separate security-related articles pop up in different publications, specifically covering news about organizations that had been hacked.
It’s no surprise that advances in Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity, hardware and app development have all helped to give ‘mobile’ an increasingly central role in both employee and customer experiences.
Today, WhatsApp has jumped past Microsoft Office 365 as the world’s most-used mobile app in the workplace.
Emotet continues to be one of the most costly and destructive pieces of malware ever engineered. Weaponized by hackers to steal data and spread Ryuk and other ransomware, Emotet has affected government and public sector organizations around the world.
In a world where business travel may grind to a halt, it’s up to companies to (quickly) rethink their WFH policies.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned, we should never re-use passwords across multiple accounts – and it’s especially important to separate work and private applications.