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11 Feb 2021
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Secure remote working: how to future-proof your architecture practice

Posted by Mike Fry

For AEC Remote Working Security

Secure, flexible and cost-effective remote working is fundamental for Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) practices to thrive and survive.

AEC is a highly collaborative and tactile industry. Traditionally heavily reliant on office presence, many firms have recently been under increasing pressure to offer greater flexibility to facilitate a better work-life balance. And over time, this became not only a crucial way of retaining existing talent but also attracting the new. Then, with the arrival of Covid, flexible remote working rapidly evolved from a nice-to-have to a business necessity.

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26 Jan 2021
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A Cyber Pandemic is here: how to protect your business

Posted by Chris Thomas

For Security News Opinion

Security remains a key focus for IT teams as bad actors continue to rapidly evolve their cyberattacks.

A new global crisis emerges

Undoubtedly, last year will be remembered as the year of the Covid pandemic. Bringing disruption to our daily lives, the race to work from home dramatically changed the online space at an exponential rate.

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29 Jun 2020
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Securing your business in an evolving IT landscape

Posted by Richard Holbrook

For Security Zero Trust Business Continuity

The rapid rise in remote working accelerates Zero Trust.

COVID-19 has forced the business world to adapt. As restrictions begin to lift, companies are considering their next steps – whether that’s returning to the office, adopting company-wide remote working, or taking a more flexible approach. Whichever route you follow, with the rise in COVID-related cybercrime, securing your business has never been more important.

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01 Apr 2020
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Protecting your business from phishing during the Covid-19 pandemic

Posted by Chris Thomas

For News Security Remote Working

In these unprecedented times as the world is coming together to battle a crisis, cybercriminals have been quick to capitalise on the change in normal working environments.

As the ultimate opportunists, they use the latest headlines around Covid-19 as clickbait, preying on intrigue, fear and uncertainty to gain access to corporate networks, potentially leading to compromised personal and company data and financial loss.

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11 Jul 2019
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Why identity should be at the heart of your security strategy

Posted by Andy Allison

For Security Opinion

Combatting the growing identity crisis.

Global, digital, mobile and cloud-based - the security perimeter of every business now extends far beyond the traditional network. Forward-thinking business leaders are challenging their approach to security and realigning it for the digital age. Today, identity is the logical place to start, as it's the single point of control across mobile devices, cloud-based applications and outside the management of the corporate network.

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