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July 5, 2022
HR Technologies

Businesses feel more vulnerable to cyber-attack due to the increase in remote working

Research conducted by NFU Mutual, a commercial insurer, claims that 47 percent of businesses feel more vulnerable to cyber-attack since the increase of remote working. Despite increased concerns, 45 percent of businesses have not taken any action to protect themselves from cyber-crime. Of those who have not taken action, 79 percent think that because their business is small, the threat of cyber-attack is low. The remaining 21 percent were not aware of, or did not understand, the protection measures available to them. Recognising the risks facing its small business and small farm customers, NFU Mutual introduced a free three-month cyber…
Businesses feel more vulnerable to cyber-attack due to the increase in remote working

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