For better or worse, most of us have been working from home for the last six months due to the pandemic. Big enterprises can support their staff with dedicated IT/Cybersecurity personnel to prevent external cyber invasions such as malicious malware. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can’t afford such a luxurious option.
Given how quickly the lockdown orders were imposed, SMEs had to make do with existing systems or set up new ones on the fly. Without the guidance of an IT specialist, these systems can have weak cybersecurity and create significant risk for companies already in a survival mode due to COVID-19 restrictions.
How can SMEs protect themselves?
To find out, the City of Vaughan and Vaughan Chamber of Commerce spoke with a cybersecurity expert:
Evgeniy Kharam, Director of Solution Architecture Division, Herjavec Group
In his current role at Herjavec, Evgeniy designs optimum security solutions for clients by taking into account both their current infrastructure and future needs. Evgeniy recently started the Security Architecture podcast to give back to communities and help companies to improve cyber security architecture.
Read the full article here.