This prompted me to think: do you have a security review of your business continuity plan? The answer has to be “Yes” otherwise you’ve just increased not decreased risk during a crisis…:
[…] Almost half (48%) of business decision makers have admitted that their existing cyber security policies are currently not suitable for maintaining a 100% remote working model.
This increased risk has led to nearly two thirds (65%) anticipating an increase in phishing and breach attempts, according to a new survey from Centrify, a provider of Identity-Centric privileged access management (PAM) solutions.
The survey, conducted by independent polling provider Censuswide on behalf of Centrify, polled 200 senior decision makers in large-and medium-sized businesses on how they are adapting to the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak.