More people throughout the United States are teleworking now, including many who have never done so before. The UMBC community is no exception as many of us work, learn and teach from our keyboards. All this remote work is opening up new avenues of exploitation for unscrupulous scammers. DoIT will be posting resources and suggestions to help you maintain security as more of your life moves on-line.
The SANS Institute is offering the SANS Security Awareness Work-from-Home Deployment Kit.
As part of the kit, SANS has posted a five-step guide to teleworking security. You can find it (in several languages) here:
LinkedIn is offering registered users several LinkedIn Learning courses that focus on being productive while working from home, including tips on using virtual meeting tools to build relationships in a new working environment.
NIST has posted a well-designed graphic to help organizations secure conference calls.
INFOSEC has published an article that discusses remote working security, including a brief description of VPN technology.
The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) has posted the “COVID-19 Security Resource Library” of security links for teleworkers.