Η Australia is one of the countries affected by the coronavirus and more and more of its population works from home. The Australian Center for Internet Security has published some Safety instructions to protect small and medium-sized enterprises.
Referring to his method email phishing, advises users not to open attachments and links to messages that do not come from reputable senders and reminds that an organization, such as a bank, would never request personal information by phone or e-mail.
In addition, he points out that remote access to one should never be allowed computer.
It is also recommended that you use unsolicited mail control and message scanning services to control malicious messages, as well as the use of multi-factor verification.
The Internet Security Center also encourages small and medium-sized businesses businesses make sure their systems are always up to date, keep copies of security frequent, use strong passwords, and advise their employees not to use public WiFi.
In addition, as teleconferencing tools are used more frequently, the Internet Security Center also provided a checklist of what a company should consider before using a particular product, as it can hide risks and risks to its security.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) warned on Monday that many malicious agents are trying to exploit Australians who have been financially affected by the coronavirus.
According to a study conducted by the Australian authorities, a new threat agency in the country was presented as a major national newspaper and provided information on the situation. The content of the information contained a malicious attached leading to an electronic "fishing" page.
Security researchers believe that malicious agents will continue to develop their techniques to better exploit the opportunities given to them by the spread of the new pandemic.