It started with a blog post: Things will be weird in cybersecurity for a while.
As the CMO at a cybersecurity company, I knew everything changed. The high-priority items like generating leads were no longer important.
With organizations around the world mandating work-from-home, the malicious actors are adapting to increase phishing attacks, shut down hospitals with ransomware, and spread fake Coronavirus maps loaded with malware. The bad guys are adapting to the new reality, so what can we do?
The blog post I wrote was a quick way to cobble together a few things I thought might be useful to cybersecurity professionals dealing with the immediate reality of working from home. Questions like:
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