10 Secrets and Lies of Remote-Work Cyber Security
Here’s something to think about: When was the last time you changed the password on your home router?
Given that only 7% of people ever do this, increasing the number of remote-workers is opening a gateway to your data, systems and ultimately, your organisation.
Right now, we are all more vulnerable to data breaches, social engineering, ransomware, and extortion than ever before. Mirroring the growth in remote-workers during COVID-19, cyberattacks have also increased by over 80% during the pandemic – a trend which is only set to increase as lockdown measures remain in place and hackers develop more sophisticated ways of attacking business infrastructures.
Our subject-matter expert, Sunil Bothra, recently led a webinar, which can now be watched on-demand, to discuss the present risks businesses are facing as well as possible solutions. Offering an overview of some of the biggest myths and unknown truths about remote-work cybersecurity, he also shared useful tips during a live question and answer section on how best to protect your organisation.
Watch the webinar on-demand today and learn what steps you should take to prevent security breaches.