Coronavirus: Cyber Aware

Many of us are spending more time online, because of the coronavirus pandemic. Keep yourself and your family secure by following advice made available by the UK government. ‘Cyber Aware’ is the National Cyber Security Centre’s advice on how to stay secure online during coronavirus pandemic.

 

The Top 6 recommendations from the NCSC are;

1. Create a separate password for your email.

2. Create a strong password using three random words.

3. Save your passwords in your browser.

4. Turn on two-factor authentication.

5. Update your devices.

6. Turn on backup.

Access ‘Cyber Secure’ here.

 

Thank you to everyone attending our webinar, hosted in collaboration with the British & Commonwealth Chamber of Commerce, on ‘Working Remotely – how to stay secure?’. At this webinar Mr. Pertti Jalasvirta, Geneva Center for Security Policy spoke on Cyber risks associated with Virtual Meeting Platforms, Mr. Reggie Rusan, SimpleTec Solutions Oy spoke on What virtual event planners need to know about GDPR and Mr. Johan Wesander, Eversheds Sutherland Finland spoke on Legal implications of working from home. if you would like to receive a recording of the webinar, please contact Emil Källqvist on emil.kallqvist@bscc.info.

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