Cyber Security during the Coronavirus Pandemic

With the ongoing spread of coronavirus, government guidance is changing rapidly. In many countries, healthy individuals are being asked for the first time to avoid unnecessary public exposure, for example at large gatherings, on public transport … and in the workplace. As a result, many businesses around the world are now either planning for or actively implementing a business model involving far more remote workers than they had ever anticipated. IT and management teams are hard at work on the infrastructure and organization to facilitate this. In the rush to keep businesses working, there is a significant risk that security will not be properly thought through.

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Reducing the operational risks of IT/OT connectivity entails a different number of challenges, like building threat detection capabilities for OT environment without causing operational risks, or understanding security events, their impact on OT environments and focus on what really matters. Adding to this, the general lack of r

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