Special Report: Strengthening Cyber security During COVID-19

 October is Cyber Security Awareness Month, which aims to raise awareness about the importance of cyber security across our nation. Even prior to COVID-19, cyber security has been one of the most pressing challenges facing companies. According to Cyber Security Ventures, an industry research company, cybercrime is expected to cost as much as $6 trillion  annually worldwide by 2021. Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Global Guardian has monitored developments on how the crisis is impacting cyber security to inform our clients and to expand our product offerings to meet our clients’ changing needs. 

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Two-Factor Authentication Scams - What To Know

October is Cyber Security Awareness month, so we wanted to take a moment to update you on two-factor authentication scams, which can pose a major threat to the security of your data and accounts. Read on to learn more about these scams and how to protect yourself. 

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Switching to Remote Work During COVID-19? Pay Attention to Cybersecurity

With more companies expanding remote work options or even going entirely virtual to mitigate risks to their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, now is the time for companies to review their cybersecurity measures.  

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Business Travel to China

Over the past decade, China’s middle class has exploded and surpassed the total population of the United States. The growing importance of the Chinese consumer market continues to present an opportunity for companies seeking to expand their market size. Yet, China is a unique place and conducting business in The Middle Kingdom does not come without its risks. In this post, Global Guardian highlights what you need to know for business travel to China.

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What is a VPN and Why do You Need One?

Do you use your phone, tablet or laptop for work? Do you travel? Do you have concerns about online privacy or protecting your information from cybercriminals? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you need a virtual private network (VPN).

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Traveling? Think twice before using Public Wi-fi

Summer is upon us. For many Americans, summer is synonymous with travel, whether for work or leisure. According to Airlines for America, 257.4 million passengers are expected to fly on U.S. airlines between 01 June and 31 August. If you log on to public Wi-Fi at an airport terminal to check your email between flights or browse your credit card statements after a long day of meetings using your hotel’s Wi-Fi network, you are putting yourself and your organization at risk. 

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