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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.

As the crisis surrounding the novel coronavirus COVID 19 continues to spread around the globe, businesses everywhere have little choice but to make changes and put business continuity plans into action (assuming they have one). These pivots are stressing out just about everyone, from frontline workers to internal departments. Of course, this stress is acutely felt by security leaders who are being asked to deploy accommodations both quickly and securely.

On their plates? Defending against cybercriminals who we've already seen in the past few weeks taking advantage of the panic to craft new phishing and malware campaigns. Security leaders are also scrambling to both enable larger-scale work at home arrangements and educate users about the new risks of remote work.

That's just scratching the surface of all that must be done in the security department during this trying time.

Dark Reading asked security leaders what they have so far learned about securing business in a pandemic.

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