Facing new security challenges

Covid-19 is causing myriad challenges for businesses, with remote working, diverted priorities and a general scramble to maintain business-as-usual operations. This is unprecedented in UK industry, and presents a range of challenges and opportunities. In particular, hackers now have more time on their nefarious hands and a whole host of new targets in front of them, in the form of a large number of working-from-home employees. With questions over the levels of education around remote working security, and organisations having less security oversight and more compromises in working practices, it’s clear that it is more vital than ever to step up your cyber security in these challenging times.

It may be surprising to learn that many cyber security services can be delivered remotely. As part of our commitment to flexibility, Bulletproof has been pioneering this kind of flexible service delivery for years, including engineering new technology solutions. We’ve already covered the basics of secure remote working, but let’s look even further and discover what a business can do to stay secure during the coronavirus outbreak.

 

Here are the top 3 areas your business needs to focus on to prevent a data breach and the resulting financial and reputational loss


We’ve also got a survival Q&A webinar coming up next Tuesday 7th April to address the growing impact on data security that COVID-19 is having on businesses.

COVID 19 – The Race to Remote Security
Tuesday 7th April, 2pm BST
Free registration:
 https://bit.ly/remote-security

You’ll be able to hear from our cyber security evangelist and Co-Founder, Oli Pinson-Roxburgh, who will be answering questions on the current difficulties IT, security and compliance teams are facing and what practical steps can be taken to manage these.  

It’s free to register and post a question, simply follow the link above. 

We’re here to help so please let us know if we can support you with your security and compliance requirements.