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Two-thirds of remote workers risk potentially breaching GDPR guidelines by printing out work-related documents at home, according to a new study from Go Shred.   The confidential shredding and records management company discovered that 66% of home workers have printed work-related documents since they began working from home,...

Continuing with our compliance theme, Matthew Locker, a Cyber Security Consultant at Apstorm has shared his ideas on how law firms can remain compliant in the modern world. The legal sector is rich in sensitive data and financial transactions, unfortunately, this makes it an attractive target...

Presenteeism has long been associated with working life in the city, viewed by many employers and employees as essential for getting known and getting ahead. However, in response to the Covid 19 pandemic, businesses have had to cope with an abrupt move to mass remote working,...

The world witnessed a historic shift in the 2020 job market due to the Covid-19 pandemic. While some companies used to offer remote work as a perk, it has now become the norm for most businesses. By 2025, an estimated 70% of the workforce will be...

A majority of UK businesses are failing to adequately train their remote working employees to spot security threats, according to new research from iomart. The cloud services company based its Cyber Security Insights Report on the views of 1167 UK workers at C-level, director, manager and employee level. It...

The security challenges posed by remote working aren’t solved through technology alone It is now almost a cliché to suggest 2020 has been a year like no other. From full national lockdowns to widespread limitations on social interaction, it’s hard to imagine how anyone, anywhere has...

Security officials race to probe one of the most sophisticated cyber attacks of recent years. The US government has put out an emergency warning about what appears to be one of the most sophisticated cyberespionage campaigns in recent years. Hackers working for a nation-state managed to infiltrate...

Report finds many attacks focus on companies least impacted by COVID-19 outbreak Web application attacks have increased by over 800%, according to the State of the Web Security for H1 2020 report. Published by CDN and cloud security provider CDNetworks, the report found that during the first...

According to last year’s Gartner forecast, public cloud services are anticipated to grow to $USD 266.4 billion by the end of this year, up from $USD 227.8 billion just a year ago. Clearly, cloud computing is making its way to cloud nine, (See what I...

The National Cyber Security Centre has said it handled a record 723 cyber incidents between September 2019 and August this year, 200 of which were related to the coronavirus, and also removed 22,000 malicious URLs that were set up to target individuals and organisations. In its...