7 May 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in unprecedented workplace changes for organisations across industry lines. While the government is enforcing a UK lockdown, requiring individuals to practise self-isolation and social distancing, employers like you must make necessary adjustments to allow your staff to work from home. However, implementing a home-working programme carries a wide range of cyber-risks. Specifically, having your employees work from home can increase their vulnerability to cyber-attacks—which could result in costly consequences for your organisation.

Download our briefing which outlines best practices on how to keep remote employees protected from cyber-attacks in the midst of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.

 

 

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