With many businesses now encouraging their staff to work from home as a response to the ongoing outbreak of Covid-19, it is important to consider the cyber security risks associated with remote working.
It has been reported that cybercriminals have already been taking advantage of the current climate by impersonating the World Health Organisation (WHO) via phishing emails encouraging victims to download safety measure guides and give away their credentials.
Ensure employees always log on within a trusted network, secure personal devices, and implement multi-factor authentication prior to remote working. And, more than anything, always remain vigilant over your cyber security, especially when your business may already be in a vulnerable position.
If you want more protection, call our cyber specialists on 020 8633 8430 or visit the Cyber Risk page here.