Coronavirus highlights the importance of secure remote work solutions

The outbreak of the coronavirus and the travel restrictions put in place to contain its spread means many companies must leveraging remote work practices to keep their businesses moving and employees safe. But without a secure way to share vital, proprietary data, remote work can put a company at risk.

Given risks that an unsecured sharing solution can introduce, here’s a look at how secure file sync and share can help organizations enable a safe and efficient remote working environment at all times.

coronavirus phishing scams are already taking advantage of global fears

The news about the coronavirus pandemic gets a little more frightening with each passing day. The death toll in China has risen to the hundreds and a growing number of countries are closing their borders to travelers from at-risk areas. There’s suddenly a global shortage of surgical masks. And as with almost every worldwide news event these days – whether it’s as trivial as the finale of a popular TV show or as dire as a steadily-spreading, potentially-lethal pathogen – the scammers have come out to take advantage of the situation and your fear. In the case of the coronavirus, we’re already seeing phishing emails that claim to have information on how to protect yourself from the disease, but in fact contain malware-bearing web links or attachments.