HelpSystems COVID-19 Security & Automation Resource Library
Hear From HelpSystems CISO and VP of IT
Coronavirus (COVID-19) has brought about unprecedented times. HelpSystems is here to help you maintain business as (sort of) usual. Hear HelpSystems CISO, Chris Reffkin, discuss his top priorities during this uncertain time, and learn how Vice President of Information Technology, David Zacharias, recommends supporting a remote workforce.
IT & COVID-19: The 3 Phases of Supporting a Remote Workforce
How to Manage Ransomware Attacks Against Your Remote Workforce
Your organization may be adjusting to the new normal of working from home, but threat actors are always poised to identify new security vulnerabilities and take advantage of the vulnerabilities that remote work environments are particularly susceptible to. Whether or not your increased workforce is temporary, it’s critical to take precautions and have the right safeguards in place any time remote work is utilized.
Learn how to protect your organization by detecting ransomware, and other malicious activity coming from an increase in:
• Using personal devices for work
• Accessing the network over an insecure connection
• Targeted phishing attempts
• Unencrypted communication of sensitive information
Register to join our webinar on April 16!
Core CTS: Network insight webinar CTA
10 IBM i Security Tips for Surviving COVID-19 and Working from Home
Now that many organizations have moved to a work from home model, security concerns have arisen.
During this live webinar on April 8, Carol Woodbury will discuss the issues that the world is currently seeing such as increased malware attacks and then provide practical actions you can take to monitor and protect your IBM i during this challenging time.
PTi: IBM i security webinar CTA
Lend Employees a Helping Hand with Robotic Process Automation
Prioritizing Automation to Help Your Business Adapt in 2020
Automated Operations: 5 Benefits of Automation
6 Areas Where a Company Can Leverage RPA Software
Maintain Business Continuity Through IT Staff Changes and Absenteeism with Workload Automation
Batch jobs, business processes, and automated workloads are valuable corporate assets. Yet, organizations often still include steps that occur on the desktops (and in the minds of) individual IT staff members. Look for ways to formalize the informal knowledge your business is leaning on.
NOC Resources Limited?
Network Operating Centers (NOCs) can be an effective monitoring resource when their connectivity and labor force are at full capacity. But, under extreme circumstances, they may not be able to respond to routine troubleshooting. Explore three ways to keep business process running, even under stress, with three workload automation core concepts.
Remove the Friction of Automating Across Multiple Platforms
Learn how the UVA Health System's centralization of enterprise workloads cut overhead and helped the IT team recoup valuable time for other projects.
3 Ways to Prepare Your Network for Unexpected Times
As employees are increasingly working from home, is your network prepared for anything? Check out the three ways you can leverage network monitoring to be one step ahead of any challenges—keep an eye on network bandwidth and traffic flow, monitor your network from anywhere, and take the burden off your IT team by offloading common network alerts to automation.