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Defend Against Hackers Exploiting COVID-19 to DDoS VPNs, Web Conferencing

April 17, 2020 | Webinar Replays | Virtual Private Networks | By John Strand, IANS Faculty


As companies shift to remote work amid COVID-19, attackers could exploit the situation to leave companies dead in the water by targeting the very tools that allow them to function. In this webinar, IANS Faculty John Strand offers tips for keeping your VPN, audio/video conferencing and messaging tools up and running – and secure.


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