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Posted 8th February 2021
LP Networks have always made a point of trying to support our community in whatever way we can. From donating to our local foodbank to providing free IT Helpdesk support to members of South East Enterprise, so we were pleased to be able to focus our latest article in The Masthead towards advising businesses with remote workers about cybersecurity.
Our team believe in the saying “forewarned is forearmed” and have always worked on the concept that knowledge and information are powerful tools in the fight against cybercriminals. With many companies across Kent and London experiencing difficulties as a result of Covid-19 and the connected lockdowns, we decided to provide a list of hints and tips to help businesses embracing remote working stay cybersecure.
Like many of you, we hate a spoiler, but click here and scroll to page 24 to discover how utilising a VPN and educating your team can keep your clients’ data safe and secure.
“To err is human, to forgive divine”, and while we’re less than likely to forgive cybercriminals for wanting to steal our personal details and hack our systems, it is possible for us to all make mistakes. 80% of breaches and cyberattacks are caused by someone clicking on a link in a phishing email or being directed to a fake website.