Avoiding COVID-19/Coronavirus Phishing Attacks

Cybersecurity might not be the first thing on your mind as you navigate your organization through the current COVID-19 situation, but unfortunately, cybersecurity threats aren’t slowing down.

Cyberattackers have long been taking advantage of uncertain times to craft convincing (and dangerous) phishing emails, and predictably, we’ve started to see an increase in Coronavirus-related phishing attacks targeting small businesses and nonprofits.

Here to Help

In these uncertain times we want to make sure you know that RoundTable is here to support you and your organization as best we can.

We realize that technology will play a critical role as many organizations have suddenly converted to a work from home (WFH) model. RoundTable has been a WFH organization since our inception. With over 10 years of experience in being a remote workforce we want to share our knowledge with you.

We are conducting a weekly series “Suddenly Remote” to help you adjust to remote work. We have also compiled a list of resources and will continue to add information as we move through this journey together.

We are here to help, please let us know if there is anything we can do for you during this time.

5 Steps to Secure Your Suddenly Remote Workforce

Many industries have slowed down or shut down during this global pandemic, but cybercriminals are working overtime.

Cybercriminals and hackers know there’s no better time to strike than during a global crisis. While you are distracted and spending your time trying to make sense of this new normal, they are finding new ways that they can steal your data and passwords, compromise your private information and even demand large ransoms.

Prepare & Budget For IT Expenditures

A question that seems to come up a lot lately with clients, in some form or fashion, is “How should I properly budget for IT expenditures?” While this is a great question, there are a lot of variables that determine the answer, so we can’t provide a “one-size-fits-all,” simple answer. However, below are some general guidelines that should help.

5 Cybersecurity Tips for Quick Wins

Got 5 minutes? Here are 5 easy tactics to improve your company’s cybersecurity.

Now of course we all know that having truly strong cybersecurity isn’t as simple as flipping a switch—nothing can replace a comprehensive cybersecurity program. But every little bit helps reduce your risk of a cybersecurity incident.

Cybersecurity is a “nice-to-have” no more

New privacy regulations are making cybersecurity a necessity

Let’s start with the good news. Many states within the USA are implementing privacy regulations to protect our individual data. As individuals, this is good for us. Finally, companies will face serious consequences in the form of substantial fines for collecting more information than they disclosed, for sharing our information without our explicit consent, or for failing to take reasonable measures to protect our information.

Cybersecurity Webinar: Winter is Coming and Your Fire(wall) Will Not Protect You - Sept 29 from 1-2pm ESTJoin us!