Posted on 4th October 2020 at 10:52
A rising number of professionals have decided to embrace remote working - at least for some days a week. This incredibly important shift has changed the way we operate, communicate, and build relationships with others both internally and externally.
But, while we are too busy facing the steep learning curve in front of us as we transition towards remote working, cyber-threats might be hiding around the corner. Indeed, a much higher amount of data and information is today sent from one employee to another, often without implementing any security measure.
Whether your employees have made the switch and they are working from home, or they have already returned to the office, training them against cyber threats and ensuring they are ready to respond to a potential attack is essential.