Disruptive Technology: How Businesses Are Adapting to AI, Blockchain, and IoT
The COVID-19 pandemic had resulted in entire businesses working from home, many for the first time. In doing so, workers are no longer protected by office infrastructure, leaving employees and companies alike more susceptible to cyber risks.
SMEs need to be particularly careful. Having been hit hardest by the pandemic, falling short on cybersecurity could deal them a pretty tough .
Joining us to share more on the matter is Richard Hughes, Head of Technical Cyber Security at A&O IT Group. In particular, Richard discusses whether SMEs are fighting a losing battle when it comes to cybersecurity certification and adequately securing their employees and business as a whole.
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