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5 biggest cybersecurity traps related to returning from lockdown

On June 2nd  we came together for a discussion on the "5 biggest cybersecurity traps related to returning from lockdown".

As the UK government starts to ease restrictions, the focus has turned to the safe return of people to the workplace. However, with cybersecurity attacks still on the rise organisations are not taking the necessary steps to protect themselves from hackers.

COVID-19 has been the biggest disruptor to business in the recent past. Cyberattacks have grown 500% and this trend is predicted to grow according to the FBI. The real damage of these attacks is yet unknown, as it takes an average organisation up to 6 months to discover a breach.

Therefore, GCHQ’s warning, that over 50% of companies have already been attacked since February with varying levels of success, is most alarming. The transition from lockdown into the "new normal" will require careful planning, especially on the cybersecurity front.

During the webinar, Sunil Bothra, our global subject-matter expert, shared:

  • The 5 biggest cybersecurity traps relating to returning from the COVID-19 lockdown
  • Useful tips on how to protect your organisation in these uncertain times

To find out more about cyber security and the potential risks to your organisation click here to watch the webinar on-demand. In addition, here is a link to the questions and answers that were discussed during the webinar.

We also discussed how Experis can help support businesses during this transitional period whether you're an SME or a large corporation. To find out more about our service options and how we can help you add value to your organisation please get in touch at consulting@experis.co.uk or call 0203 122 0426.