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Cyber Security Guidance

Keeping your business secure when returning back to the office

As restrictions begin to ease, we are all thinking about how we will be working in the coming months and years. If your staff are heading back into the office it is important for you to remember to reinforce some cyber security basics. 

Whilst many large businesses are remaining cautious of returning to the office, the government no longer instructs people to work at home and many businesses are opting for a staggered approach. With many businesses continuing with a more flexible working setup it is important that your computer network and work devices are all secure, especially if employees are working across several devices. 

We've put together a handy guide with options for support from the Cyber Resilience Centre team - from upgrading your Cloud Security, implementing Working from Home Policies and tailored Cyber Awareness Training for your team.

For more guidance, download our Cyber Security Guide for Small Businesses.

Top Three Threats

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01 / Passwords

We all have old passwords and accounts that need updating. Don't forget to revisit any old passwords and change those which are most at-risk. 

02 / Cloud Security

There are few things more important than sharing work documents remotely with colleagues and making sure you have a secure backup of your data in the cloud.

03 / Software Updates

Out-of-date software, apps, and operating systems contain weaknesses. This makes it easier to hack, especially if your employees aren't keeping them updated.