Managing decreasing public tolerance for cyberattacks

Managing decreasing public tolerance for cyberattacks

As global economies continue to battle the challenges brought on by COVID-19, millions of people around the world continue to work from home to help slow the spread of the disease. With local lockdowns happening across England, as part of a new three-tier restrictions strategy which has come into force, remote working is set to continue for some time.

The global nature of the pandemic is unlike anything we’ve seen in our lifetime. Many ‘regular’ disasters are regional – storms and earthquakes for example – so the prevailing thinking was it would be extremely unlikely that enough capacity would be required for a whole global team to work virtually. COVID-19 has upended this logic.

Copyright Lyonsdown Limited 2020

Top Articles

NurseryCam data breach: Personal data records accessed by hacker

Popular Webcam service NurseryCam suffered a major security breach recently that exposed vast amounts of personal information to a hacker.

North Korean hackers indicted for cyber attacks and financial crimes worldwide

Three North Korean hackers were indicted for carrying out a wide range of cyber crimes and stealing more than $1.3 billion in cryptocurrency.

Popular Trends With Ties to Bitcoin

Love it or hate it, Bitcoin is one of the biggest trends around the globe right now.

Related Articles