Cyber warriors sound warning on working from home

Cyber warriors on NATO’s eastern edge are warning that the growing number of people working from home globally due to the pandemic is increasing vulnerability to cyber attacks.

The Baltic state of Estonia hosts two cyber facilities for the Western military alliance — set up following a series of cyber attacks from neighbour Russia more than a decade ago.

“Large scale use of remote work has attracted spies, thieves and thugs,” Jaak Tarien, head of NATO’s Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE), told AFP in an interview.

The increased amount of information travelling between institutional servers and home networks is creating new challenges for employers.

“Tackling these new challenges is complicated and requires a lot of resources as well as a different kind of approach,” Tarien said.

“We are likely only scratching the surface in assessing the magnitude of malicious activities taking place in the Covid-era busy cyberspace.”

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Steve Kerr sees big improvements from Warriors rookies at minicamp

With Klay Thompson out for the season, Steph Curry only playing five games and Draymond Green also missing significant time, Steve Kerr was forced to play Warriors rookies much more than he anticipated this year. 

All young players hit a bump in the road throughout the Warriors’ lowly 15-50 season. During Golden State’s minicamp in San Francisco which started last week, Kerr already is seeing major improvements both skill wise and mindset wise from his young players.

“The guys who have finished their rookie year, and now looking forward to their second season, there’s a different level of confidence,” Kerr said Monday on 95.7 The Game’s “Damon, Ratto & Kolsky show. “Jordan Poole, Ky Bowman, Eric Paschall … when you get that first one under your belt, I think it’s a lot easier coming back and knowing what to expect.

“All three of them are looking confident and feeling good.” 

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