HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 2, PAID OFF, LAID OFF, WORKING FROM HOMEOrhan Sari
HOW IT REALLY HAPPENED: NINJIO SEASON 3, EPISODE 2, PAID OFF, LAID OFF, WORKING FROM HOME – In NINJIO’s Season 3, Episode 2, Dan, the CFO at a large company, wanted to make everything simple. He wanted a process so easy that he could access his company’s network from home without any additional authentication. Going against the recommendations of his IT department, he insisted that his IT department set up a point-to-point VPN connection, but the consequences of his actions are starting to catch up with him. When working from home, it’s important to follow all of your organization’s security policies to make sure that network access is secure and safe.
The NY Times discusses the details of the Uber breach and cover-up.
SC Magazine dives into fake apps that can sneak malware into your system.
CSO looks at the vulnerabilities that are presented by VPN use and other ways to approach data security.
VPNs are often used to try to keep secure, but nothing is perfect; Ars Technica discusses vulnerabilities that still exist when using public Wi-Fi.
Working remotely or while traveling is becoming increasingly common; MinuteHack shares some advice for keeping data secure.