90 per cent of employees put their business at risk when working remotely

Tom Allen
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The rise in connected devices is putting work files at risk
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The rise in connected devices is putting work files at risk

30 per cent of employees have never had any cyber security training, and many follow unsafe practices

The majority of employees follow poor cyber-security practices when working remotely, with many sharing passwords and connecting to public WiFi. Nearly a third of UK households with a computer have...

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