The current global health crisis may bring many different IT security challenges to businesses and organisations and this article highlights some of the ways that you can prepare to keep IT security covered as best you can at this difficult time.
Some cybercriminals have already taken advantage of the fear surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak by sending out phishing emails that promise cures, seek donations, or heighten panic in order to extract personal data and money.
The need for people to work from home during the Covid-19 outbreak is reported to have led to a huge increase in the downloads of business teleconferencing apps and in the use of popular-based services like G Suite.
Apple has announced that due to the global spread of COVID-19, it will be closing all of its retail stores outside of Greater China until March 27.
If you’re connecting via a mobile device, information, notifications and updates going to and from apps that run in the background can sap your battery power and your data. Here’s how to control which apps are running in the background: