Remote cyber security: Profiling the five types of user

Remote cyber security: Profiling the five types of user

The UK’s workforce has been working from home, where possible, for over two months now. And whilst the lockdown restrictions are starting to ease, its impact on growth has been less significant than first thought.

Some companies, such as Twitter, have even gone on record to offer employees the opportunity to work from home “forever”, if they choose. The truth is that the pandemic has merely been a catalyst to a transition already in process, rather than a watershed in itself; almost three quarters (73%) of UK employees considered ‘flexible working’ to be the new norm before the pandemic had even plotted its course.

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