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How to prepare Microsoft Office and Windows for ransomware and email attacks

April 1, 2020

The headlines make it clear that we are in unusual times. Working from home will be the new norm for many of us for the near term at least. As IT and security teams work to meet the challenge of supporting and protecting employees working remotely, the last thing they need is a malware infection from an email message.

You’ve probably had to beef up networking and internet pipelines during this time. You should also think what you might need to do should your infrastructure be even further stressed. You’ve enabled remote access, you’ve got everyone working from home that can work from home, but what else can you do?

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