Tuesday 7 April 2020
Time and again during our SASIG webinars over the past couple of weeks both our presenters and audience members have referred to the importance of good security awareness and the need for a strong security culture. This is made even more urgent with the massive increase in phishing attacks and online scams that have bubbled up since this all started. In this webinar we will consider best security practice for working from home. What are the additional dangers posed by the home environment, what is different to “normal”, and what are the essential practices and procedures to which should staff be adhering? What can organisations do technically and otherwise to alleviate the additional vulnerabilities presented by their organisations’ changing working practices? How should staff respond to security incidents, especially reporting? How are employees responding to the new way of working, and what beneficial legacies could we enjoy post-epidemic?
Martin Smith MBE (info), Chairman & Founder, The SASIG