July 29, 2020

Covid-19 has caused a surge in cyber crime

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With offices re-opening with eased lockdown restrictions, many are fearing that difficulties may arise in stopping cyber crime while part of the workforce remains at home.

With over 75% of companies saying that a large proportion of their employees will remain working from home, remote-working issues will remain for some time. A top worry for main employers is that some PC’s at home may not be secure, increasing the chances of cyber criminals stealing data from all kinds of companies, small or large.

Read our recent blog article about losses due to Covid-19 scams.

In recent years with there being some high-profile cyber breaches, even within large companies such as British Airways and EasyJet, many are taking precautions to implement cyber security systems which are more extensive compared to what they previously had.

No security for cyber breaches is more important than cyber insurance. Cyber insurance will protect you and your business should a breach occur. Cyber insurance can typically cover legal liability, financial crime, and business interruption along with many other aspects that are covered. Speak to us today on 01245 449060 to find out how we can help.