One downside to remote working is the increased risk of a cyber attack. Our latest video looks at five simple steps to protect remote devices
Working from home has become an essential part of our lives over the past year. And that doesn’t seem too likely to change, with hybrid working playing an essential role in the future of work. But there are some downsides to remote working – and not always the ones you’d expect.
One downside is cyber security. Home computers or laptops borrowed from the office are far less secure than ones running under the watchful eye of a dedicated IT team. There are plenty of risks and the charity sector seems increasingly vulnerable to those risks.
But worry not. There are some really simple and easy steps that you can take to protect your home computer. In our latest video, we teach you how to do the following:
The video gives some detail about exactly what you need to do with each step. Following our quick guide will help to keep those pesky cyber criminals at bay.
For more tips and advice on cyber security, as well as tools and resources, check out our Cyber Security Hub below and look at the Charity Digital website for more.
Check out our other resources on the Cyber Security Hub!