Webinar: 5 Most Common IT Vulnerabilities

Written by
Russell Greenwald

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Insource has continued to monitor the consequences that the COVID-19 pandemic has presented to our clients, providing insight and solutions to support our clients during these challenging times.

With organizations forced to adapt to remote working, the use of personal equipment, private internet access, and distance from internal IT security teams means your staff are more vulnerable than ever to security breaches.

This is why we produced our latest webinar “Countdown – 5 Most Common Vulnerabilities”, presented with OCD Tech. Insource’s Vice President Russell Greenwald was joined in the presentation by Scott Goodwin, Advisory Services Manager for OCD Tech.

Topics covered in the webinar include;

  • An introduction to security vulnerabilities
  • How the context of the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the practice of online security
  • A rundown of the top 5 most commonly exploited vulnerabilities found by OCD Tech
  • Insource’s top 5 remediation strategies, covering both reactive and preventative techniques.

While the webinar has ended, a recording is available for Insource’s clients to download here. As discussed in the webinar, security vulnerabilities will always exist within your organization’s IT infrastructure, but ensuring you and your team are informed has never been more important.

The Insource Insights blog is consistently updated with support and guidance to assist with IT security issues. To keep up to date with the latest important security pieces for businesses in Massachusetts and nationwide, be sure to follow our social media.

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