Coronavirus crisis highlights cybersecurity hazards of remote work, telemedicine | Burns & Wilcox

As employees transition to working remotely during COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, cybersecurity vulnerabilities that could lead to data breaches include unsecured wireless networks, home hardware, third-party videoconferencing services and inadequate antivirus software.

 

“You are only as good as your weakest link. By challenging the status quo and merging cybersecurity resources with insurance under one digital risk offering, you can harden your infrastructure and improve your cyber risk footprint.” –Matthew Lefchik, Director, Cyber Risk Management, Node International, Detroit/Farmington Hills, Michigan

 

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