MFA or multifactor authentication was important even before a large group of us moved to working remotely. Now that we are there, we are being targeted even more. Brute force attacks have increased significantly targeting RDP as people moved themselves to their home offices. Very targeted phishing campaigns have also increased as bad actors are using the COVID-19 situation to take advantages of our vulnerable state. One option we can use to help mitigate a portion of that risk is deploying multi-factor authentication.
A lot has happened so far in 2020. If you are like most companies, you have quickly deployed a remote workforce. As we pivot into our new normal, we are having a lot of conversations about their Business Continuity Plans (BCP). In many instances, they simply didn’t exist or they need some work. Let’s explore that a bit below.
I’ve spoken with some companies that implemented their existing Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and it went relatively well for them. They had the right policies, procedures, and stake holders in place and things for the most part were rolled out as planned.
Navigating the Remote Workplace: VPN Assistance and Teams Assistance
Cyber Advisors is ready to help you make the shift to a more remote workplace during this time of need. We are here to answer questions, provide licensing assistance and arm you with the knowledge your organization needs to maintain productivity while working remote.