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Close to one in three small businesses don’t have a cybersecurity strategy in place. With remote working on the rise, this is the time to invest in keeping your teams safe from the crippling cost of dealing with an attack. A new Cybersecurity for SMEs report from Vodafone and Entrepreneurial Britain explains how.
The risk of hacking is higher than ever before as more people work from home. Cyber security training expert and behavioural science specialist, Mark Brown, believes our sloppy online behaviour leaves the door open to hackers.
With the news that every customer must sign in when pubs reopen, the concern for data privacy while maintaining Covid safety guidelines is apparent, says Dan Harding, CEO, Sign In App.
Leading small and medium enterprise (SME) community network Entrepreneurial Britain has partnered with Vodafone to provide expert cybersecurity guidance to its SME members.
Nearly half of women wokring in cybersecurity (49%) say that the Covid-19 pandemic has affected their career in a positive way, with just 9% experiencing a negative impact.
At present, SME business owners are having to enable huge swathes of their workforce to work remotely. Many business leaders will need to ensure their company’s cyber security is preserved during a period where many IT-dependent workers are away from the usual security of their business’ physical location.
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