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Cybersecurity During COVID-19
In this video “Cybersecurity During COVID-19” Tyler Robertson, Cyber Security Analyst of the Security Team at RADER, explains why and how the current pandemic is an easy vector for cybersecurity criminals to infiltrate systems. Being aware, diligent, and taking preventative measures is the best way to stay secure during these times, which Tyler discusses in detail.
Known COVID-19 Scams
The COVID- 19 pandemic is an easy vector for scammers to use to take advantage of these anxious times. Scammers use fear and desperation to prey on those most vulnerable by turning to technology to deploy scams with grave effects. Listed below is an ongoing list of known COVID- 19 related current scams to protect the public from compromise.
Is Your Zoom Meeting Safe?
People are more dependent than ever on Video-Telecommunication Software (VTC) in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Make sure your meetings are secure as you work remote.
Using Virtual Collaborative Workspaces to Effectively Work Remote
Several companies have transitioned into a remote workforce to combat the spread of COVID-19. While working remote is the safest course of action, it is quite the adjustment for many. Rest assured that with the right tools, mindset, and plan of action, almost anyone can effectively work remotely.
RADER Relocates to Oil Center District to Accommodate Growth
RADER relocates to the former Piccadilly Building in Oil Center District to accommodate growth.
RADER Cybersecurity Team - Discover Lafayette Podcast
In this episode of Discover Lafayette, Jan Swift meets with the Cyber Security Team at RADER: Chief Security Officer Tim Fournet, Sarah Bryson, Head of Security Operations Team, and Tyler Robertson, Cyber Security Analyst, who discuss the importance of planning ahead to avoid hacks that can bring down a business.
Ransomware 101
Ransomware is a type of malware that infects, locks or takes control of a system and demands money for it to be unlocked. This malware can have a disastrous effect on businesses, leaving them unable to work for days or even weeks. To better protect yourself, there are essential steps small businesses and single users can take to protect themselves from an attack.