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The Key Cybersecurity Risks Related to COVID-19

Posted by Jasper June 2, 2020 11:23am
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During the current pandemic of COVID-19, professionals around the world are connecting remotely onto their organization’s networks. In the mind of a cybercriminal, now is the perfect opportunity to perform malicious attacks on organizations and their employees. To prepare your institution for the challenges that lie ahead, a few of the most popular cyber-attacks and risks are presented below along with the proper controls and procedures that can be put in place to mitigate such.

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Jasper Zabala, CISA

Manager, Information Technology & Cybersecurity Audit Team

Jasper Zabala manages and conducts complex and thorough reviews of information technology and cybersecurity controls, disaster recovery and business continuity procedures, server room and physical security controls, internet/mobile banking processes, and core and network access controls. He also performs internal and external vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, social engineering testing and other IT/Cybersecurity risk management services for the Firm’s clients. Additionally, he has developed new processes for testing IT and Operational internal controls to align with SOX/FDICIA and the COSO framework. Mr. Zabala is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) with a B.A. in Information Technology and Informatics from Rutgers University. He has been with the firm since 2015 and previously served as an IT consultant.



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The Key Cybersecurity Risks Related to COVID-19