onShore Security CEO Stelios Valavanis sat down recently with Barry Moltz, host of The Small Business Radio Show, to talk about cybersecurity for small businesses in the future. Barry and Stel touched on many emerging threats and new best practices that are already having a major impact on business.
The pandemic has changed everything, including igniting an explosive increase in the risks small businesses are facing on the cyber security front as workers are doing their jobs everywhere but the office. Stel gets real with Barry in this episode of The Small Business Show about what SMBs need to know now to protect their assets.
Listen to the full episode in the player above: see time codes for answers to the questions below.
19:30 – Why is cybersecurity such a mess now that so many people are working from home?
21:30 – What problems do companies face with employees working from their home computer?
22:15 – What should businesses implement to reduce the chances of their employees devices getting hacked while they’re working remotely?
24:30 – What isn’t covered by insurance when it comes to cybersecurity attacks?
26:00 – Cybersecurity is not a product, it’s a process. What does this mean for your small business?
28:15 – How can you tell if your remote employees are complying with the company’s cybersecurity policies?
29:45 – Why are cloud services like Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive a cybersecurity problem?
31:45 – Should small businesses let their employees connect on their own devices?
35:30 – What’s your best advice for how to handle ransomware?