Ransomware, phishing, hacking, malware, botnet, viruses, spyware, worms... the list goes on. You don’t have to be an IT specialist to understand that, in our digital world, such data security threats are very real. As personal data has become an increasingly vital asset to businesses, discussions of data privacy and security have graduated from the server room to the boardroom. While both the volume and value of data processed by companies grows, so do the risks associated with that data.
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With many employees now working remotely or working from home, is your organization ensuring the same level of data security that you would enforce if employees were working in a physical office location? The COVID-19 pandemic has caused major business disruption and forced many companies to shift their culture and move towards a new way of working. With that has come new procedures for business continuity and recovery planning that may not have been considered before.