Here at Business Security Camera of Orange County we know that a lot of business owners already have cameras setup watching their employees and businesses. But during this tough time most businesses are shut down and the employees are working from home, which brings up more cyber fraud and hacking. 



Canadian Security has created a blog post, Cybersecurity for the home-based worker


“So now’s also the time to also send communications to employees reminding them about basic cyber hygiene best practices, including how to spot social engineering scams – unique to COVID-19 and otherwise – that may appear in inboxes as fraudulent emails, links, or attachments and what steps to take if they encounter one. I’d encourage companies to reach out weekly to their remote workforce with cyber education material and reminders on guidelines put in place to help them remain safe while remote.”


Some questions this post poses are:

  •     What should IT departments tell their employees about virtual work/cybersecurity at this time?
  •     Is home Wi-Fi secure enough to handle potentially sensitive workplace info?
  •     How can IT departments equip staffers for home work, especially on short notice or with limited resources?
  •     What are businesses doing if they are not currently set up for mobile work (i.e. using desktops or terminals vs. laptops)?


Can you answer those questions?



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