Infosecurity Magazine, Digital Edition, Q3, 2020, Volume 17, Issue 3

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Adapting to the ‘New Normal’
As companies look to adapt to long-term remote working norms, Infosecurity explores what new and innovative cybersecurity practices we can expect organizations to adopt in the coming months and years

Zoom and Security: A Work in (Good) Progress
The video conferencing app shot to fame during the COVID-19 crisis, but now the dust has settled, we assess its security competence

Mobile Threats: Have We Reached a Tipping Point?
Researchers have warned of the security risks surrounding mobile devices for years. Infosecurity examines what’s new

Profile Interview: Katie Moussouris
Eleanor Dallaway speaks to Katie Moussouris and learns all about the self-proclaimed neuro-atypical feminist who is determined to be the punk-rock-hacker President

Mitigating Supply Chain Security Risks
Three security experts share their insights on how to address and overcome the security risks impacting modern supply chains

COVID-19 Contact Tracing
Infosecurity investigates the app that reignited the privacy versus government debate

TOP TEN: Ways to Secure Remote Workers
The 10 best practices organizations can implement to ensure their employees are working from home effectively, safely and securely

Facial Recognition: From Facts to Frictions
Facial recognition technology has evolved greatly in recent years, and so have the privacy and security fears that surround its use

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