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Security Lessons We've Learned (So Far) from COVID-19

Takeaways about fighting new fires, securely enabling remote workforces, and human nature during difficult times.
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We Must Better Prepare for the Future

Muly Gottlieb, CTO of CloudShare: 'This is a reminder that we take certain things in our personal and professional environments for granted, such as learning the latest security technology or certifications at industry conferences. We should keep questioning the basics and things that seem obvious, and try to prepare for all 'known unknowns.' To whatever extent possible, we should also plan for 'unknown unknowns,' which means ensuring business continuity plans cover physical and digital courses of action, especially to manage risk from external forces or environmental factors outside our control.' 
Image: CloudShare 
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We Must Better Prepare for the Future

Muly Gottlieb, CTO of CloudShare: "This is a reminder that we take certain things in our personal and professional environments for granted, such as learning the latest security technology or certifications at industry conferences. We should keep questioning the basics and things that seem obvious, and try to prepare for all 'known unknowns.' To whatever extent possible, we should also plan for 'unknown unknowns,' which means ensuring business continuity plans cover physical and digital courses of action, especially to manage risk from external forces or environmental factors outside our control."

Image: CloudShare

Related Content:
Beyond Burnout: What Is Cybersecurity Doing to Us?
Working from Home? These Tips Can Help You Adapt
Privacy in a Pandemic: What You Can (and Can't) Ask Employees
Malware Campaign Feeds on Coronavirus Fears
COVID-19 Drives Rush to Remote Work. Is Your Security Team Ready?

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