As a principal and director of Rea's cybersecurity and data protection services team, Shawn is committed to helping small- to mid-sized businesses achieve entrepreneurial freedom without the risk of compromising their security and sensitive data. He creates meaningful relationships with clients and leverages his critical thinking skills to bring value to organizations seeking consultation for risk management, cybersecurity and compliance. Click here to learn more about Shawn.
Ty Whittenburg is a senior information assurance manager on Rea's cybersecurity and data protection services team. At Rea, he can be found ensuring organizations technology and networks and driving business objectives by identifying potential loss events, reducing their frequency, and loss magnitude. Click here to read more about Ty.
Cybercrime: The Risk Is Very, Very Real
If you’ve been watching the news lately, you’ve probably noticed an uptick in reports about cybercrime as many companies operate with a remote workforce. And if you’re currently preparing for re-entry, unfortunately, your cyber-safety concerns won’t go away as soon as your team is back in your physical building — in fact, re-entry poses a lot of cyber risks to companies.
That’s why we’re sharing this episode with two of Rea’s top cybersecurity professionals, Shawn Richardson and Ty Whittenburg. We discuss how to re-integrate your employees and your information systems without adding additional risk to your business, what threats to look for upon re-entry, and the most important issues to consider while migrating your workforce back to your company’s network.
Listen to this episode of unsuitable to learn:
- How are companies re-integrating their employees and information systems into their company networks without bringing risk to the business?
- Physical and digital evidence of a potential cyberattack that everyone in your business should be aware of while re-entering
- Important things to look for when reviewing your company data (and why the ways people access this data matters)