Hackers are taking advantage of the confusion surrounding the novel coronavirus pandemic.
For example, cybersecurity expert Brian Krebs recently warned that "an interactive dashboard of Coronavirus infections and deaths produced by Johns Hopkins University is being used in malicious Web sites (and possibly spam emails) to spread password-stealing malware."
We encourage you to review and update your cybersecurity settings and exercise extra caution during this period of uncertainty when many are making significant changes to their working styles.
To assist you in reviewing and enhancing your security, we're sharing a few of our most recent cybersecurity-related publications, videos and tools.
In January, we published over 31 security tips — more than one a day — on our blog, Innovative Insights. You can also download an infographic containing all 31 tips.
You may also be interested in using the phishing, malware or USB security tools found in our Cybersecurity Training Resources.
Finally, if you would like to catch up on recent cybersecurity threats and solutions of interest to legal professionals, check out the short recording of our Spring 2020 Cybersecurity Update and additional cybersecurity resources.
As always, we stand ready to assist you in times of need. Should you run into any problems, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-541-0540.