The new frontier in security: home lockdown
The coronavirus crisis is a golden opportunity for hackers – and Datapac is helping its clients to upskill and prepare
As everyone in the country and the estimated 2.6 billion people living under lockdown worldwide all know, life has changed radically in recent weeks. Those who can work from home have been sent there and apart from the obvious questions raised by that – childcare, work-life balance, et al – IT security is a sleeper issue that could prove far from mundane.
“The coronavirus has put people into a heightened state of shock,” said Damien Mallon,...
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