The accelerated shift towards remote working will continue to create new opportunities for cyber attacks in the year ahead, according to one global security firm.
The COVID crisis has demonstrated the viability of mass remote working and embracing the practice long term has significant advantages, writes Shad Mortazavi, Founder and Managing Director, OpenIQ
GUEST OPINION by Shad Mortazavi, Founder and Managing Director, OpenIQ: Did your company’s contact centre make a sudden shift to remote working when the COVID crisis struck? If so, you’re in good company. In the wake of government shutdown announcements in March 2020, scores of Australian organisations equipped their agents with mobile devices and dispatched them home to work.
Enhanced Secure Remote Access and Continuous Threat Detection enable seamless detection, investigation, and response to OT security incidents across the broadest attack surface area from any location
VENDOR NEWS: Claroty, the global leader in operational technology (OT) security, today announced new enhancements to The Claroty Platform, making it the industry’s first OT security solution to offer remote incident management as a fully integrated capability that spans the entire incident lifecycle. The platform now enables cybersecurity teams to detect, investigate, and respond to security incidents on OT networks across the broadest attack surface area securely and seamlessly from any location.
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