All businesses, regardless of size, have faced a huge number of challenges during the current pandemic.
While guidance has been published for organisations to enable workers to return to work safely, many employees will still be required to work remotely as part of a longer-term plan.
With the steadily increasing deployment of new technologies across enterprise, the number of cyber threats facing organisations has been rising.
Just because you run a small business, doesn’t mean you are immune to cyber-attacks
Cybercrime, which encompasses online attacks and data hacks, is fast on the increase and massively impacting businesses everywhere.
Many businesses will be reassessing the current home working set up that COVID-19 has forced them to embrace.
“Give a man an 0day and he'll have access for a day. Teach a man to phish and he'll have access for life”
Cybersecurity experts have warned companies to migrate to newer operating systems or else face major security breaches in the event of a cyber attack
When it comes to password protection, being aware of your vulnerable business data and taking measures to deter hackers is the first step in creating a sound security strategy.
Bob Dylan sang about 'The Times They Are a-Changin' and that perfectly sums up the UK business sector at the moment.