WLP110 Security in Virtual Work

In today's episode, Pilar and Lisette share some of the ways in which organisations and people can protect their work when working outside of the office. 

INTRO and Catch-up


Duncan featured us! http://banoffeesolutions.co.uk/archive/podcasts-for-remote-working/
Programming and Data Science blog by Duncan Thomson

We recommend that you watch The Newsroom

Join us for Virtual Team Talk

Sococo has a new "meetings" feature, which makes it easy to organise meetings in the space and also to tap someone on the shoulder to let them know you want to talk to them, and they can easily refused.

The Main Conversation

We're looking at security from three points of view. From the organisation: Can I trust the people? Can i trust the tools? And for both organisations and individuals "Am i/Are we safe?"

Having a policy. 

Remember that people can look over your shoulder and read your emails...

Can employees from the external tools we use read our data?

Business Daily Protecting Your Online Data, 1 Feb 2017
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04qnwh4

In Business How Safe Are your Secrets Aug 2016
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07myxkw


What's the deal with IT? Are they lazy or are we not making the case for choosing our own tools?

Beware the hackers: Usb sticks being left on the pavement outside offices; emails from people in our organisation, that are not really from anyone we know... 

Jailed by Skype!
http://metro.co.uk/2017/02/03/judges-will-soon-be-able-to-jail-people-over-skype-6426263/

http://snip.ly/5rn3f#http://leavingworkbehind.com/introduction-to-digital-security/