According to the World Health Organization, cyber-attacks have increased fivefold since the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic. These attacks have been directed to not only the WHO staff but the public as well. In the period between April 19th and 25th, more than 450 World Health Organization email addresses, along with passwords were leaked online.
Although state officials are looking to reopen the economy, South Florida industry leaders are convinced that increased telework will keep valued employees out of harm’s way.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses to adapt quickly to remote workforces. The dramatic disruption in how work has done has forced companies to manage new technology issues and address new cybersecurity concerns.
DocuSign technology is used by seven of the ten top technology companies in the world, and it’s not hard to see why. The ability to sign documents remotely from any location can not only save a business owner a great deal of time and hassle but is also invaluable for anyone who needs to work remotely in light of the COVID-19 crisis.
Right Now, Protecting Yourself, Your Employees, and Your Business is Essential – Not Only In Terms of Health and Well-Being, But Also Security Against Cyberthreats.
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Law firms face unique remote workforce challenges. By working with a managed IT services provider, attorneys, paralegals, and staff, can move forward from home.