|3 ways governments can address cybersecurity in the post-pandemic world |
Governments have an opportunity to guarantee security, privacy and digital rights in cyberspace.
|World Economic Forum|
|Productivity gains from teleworking in the post COVID-19 era : How can public policies make it happen? |
It discuss strategies and practices to maximise the gains for productivity and welfare inherent in the use of more widespread telework.
Resource Guide for Cybersecurity during the COVID-19 Pandemic
This resource provides information about common cyber-attacks that are currently being reported. It also provides resources for improving cyber hygiene to enhance cyber defenses, both for organizations and their employees.
|Centre for Internet Security, USA|
The ISF has created a suite of useful resources available to organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic, to support them in being more cyber resilient in the face of unprecedented business operational changes.
|Information Security Forum|
A unified cybersecurity framework/repository that provides guidance for pandemic response technologies at different stages of the epidemiological management lifecycle.
|Berkeley School of Information |
Security for Enterprise Telework, Remote Access, and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Solutions
||National Institute of Standard and Technology (NIST), USA |
Covid-19 Cybersecurity Response Package
This package compiles rapid response initiatives / tools / services from the European cybersecurity community which includes ECSO members, ECSO partners, and other stakeholders.
|European Cyber Security Organization |
|Cybersecurity in Africa: How to stay safe online in times of COVID-19 |
This resource outlines a set of practices for African organisations and individuals to mitigate cybersecurity risks.
|Africa Renewal |
|Covid-19, privacy rights and cyber security risks |
Provides principle and best practices for the adoption of digital tools to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
|EY Cyber response to COVID-19
This resource provides guidance on how to strengthen operational resilience and security during the COVID-19 crisis.
|Ernst & Young |
|What your post-COVID-19 crisis security clean-up checklist should include |
This resource provides tools to help businesses get back to physical offices.
|Ernst & Young |
This guide provides basic cybersecurity tips for businesses.
Cybersecurity tactics for the coronavirus pandemic
This resource outlines the steps to consider when securing work-at-home arrangements, highlighting the changes to be made in three areas: technology, people, and processes.
|Protect your IT infrastructure during COVID-19: How you can avoid being harmed by a hacker attack.
This resource provides an overview describing how businesses can manage their IT infrastructure and how to avoid being harmed by a hacker attack.
Go Beyond Disruption A series of podcasts analysing key technical challenges and best practices for remote work, business continuity, compliance and risk management.
|AICPA & CIMA |
|Risk Management for novel COVID-19
This resource provides executives with guidance to help them think through physical, supply chain, and cybersecurity issues that may arise from the spread of COVID-19.
|Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency, USA |
|Guidance for technology sector |
Guidance for the technology sector on safe re-opening during the coronavirus pandemic.
|Scottish Government |
|Practical Steps to Help You Work from Home Securely
These guidelines focus on how to secure businesses while working remotely.
|Global Cyber Alliance|
This resource provides cybersecurity advice to support hospitals and the healthcare sector against the increase of phishing campaigns and ransomware attacks during the COVID-19 crisis.
|ENISA, European Union Agency for Cybersecurity |
|Health IT Security |
|Advisory: APT29 targets COVID-19 vaccine development |
Detection and mitigation advice for organisations involved in coronavirus vaccine development targeted with custom malware by APT29.
|National Cyber Security Centre (UK) |