In response to the Government’s latest measure calling for most workplaces to shut their doors from 7 April, businesses providing non-essential services have since complied to stem the spike in Covid-19 cases within the community.
While the workforce is busy adjusting to the new norm working remotely, Cybersecurity remains top of the mind for business owners – as one cannot be complacent in times of vulnerability. Like the pandemic outbreak, businesses must protect and safeguard organisational internet security amid the frantic business disruption. This is the time to be extra vigilant to increase online safety by refreshing and ramping up cyber-hygiene best practices.
The Covid-storm is likely to stay for a long time. Businesses must brace up to the challenges ahead by putting in place sustainable measures that can outlast the storm.
Check out our Covid-19 webinar series – Securing a Remote Workforce to learn the intrinsic fundamentals of telecommuting amid the pandemic situation.
- Telecommuting and the Associated Security Risk
- Personal data concerns when working offsite
- Cybersecurity risks and the ways hackers are profiting off people working from home
- How to remotely assess your cybersecurity hygiene
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