COVID-19 – How can we build cyber resiliency now, remotely

“The worry about being attacked is probably low on the priority list.”  Theo Lynn, Full Professor of Digital Business (DCU Business School), discusses with Anna Delaney how company employees working remotely are a new type of risk outside of your physical and network control.

Theo shares his advice around security awareness training that focuses on working securely from home to reduce cyber risk.

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