The notion of constructing a strong security culture within and throughout any one organisation has been advocated for time and again. Calling not simply for cyber security to be at the forefront of the board’s agenda, but also on the minds of every single employee and partner on the supply chain. As the world has begun to transition into a new era of remote working, it is pertinent now, perhaps even more so, as it was then.
Over the course of the last few months, it would appear that the news has been dominated by two central subjects: the pandemic itself, as well as the rise of cyber threats and attacks that have followed suit. It is clear that the commotion of the pandemic and the work arrangement reshuffle has inspired a flurry of bad actors to emerge from the woodwork and amplify their criminal efforts to scam, pilfer and infect people and their devices.