With an unprecedented number of businesses having to quickly change the way they work, here is what some of the cybersecurity community are doing to help make sure the change is as secure and safe as possible:
OneLogin will be offering the OneLogin Trusted Experience Platform for free to educators who are moving to a virtual learning environment in light of health concerns. The free platform, consisting of single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication (MFA), and certificate-based authentication, will deliver secure virtual experiences for all educator’s schools, colleges, and universities. To learn more about this offer see OneLogin’s virtual learning page.
KnowBe4 is offering a complimentary home course (password: homecourse) for internet security to help those looking to learn more about how to protect themselves and their families from security threats at home. Topics such as passwords, malware, keeping identities safe, and email and attachments safety are covered.
As part of the Nessus family, Tenable’s Nessus Essentials (formerly Nessus Home) allows someone to scan their environment, of up to 16 IP addresses per scanner, with the same high-speed, in-depth assessments and agentless scanning convenience that Nessus subscribers enjoy for free.
To help businesses secure their borderless work environment during this time, Gurucul is offering a free 30-day cloud service for Securing Data with a Remote Workforce, effective immediately with Gurucul SaaS. This includes expert assistance from our Gurucul Labs team, also at no cost. Businesses can sign up for the free service using the form on this page: https://gurucul.com/securing-data-with-a-remote-workforce
Nozomi Networks is offering all clients 24×7 support and have dropped the additional cost to make sure existing customers stay safe online.