If you are a small business owner who is trying to understand their cybersecurity. If you're trying to update or put in place the right policies for your employees who are working from home, this new guidance from The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) will help you.
This NCSC guidance has been created to help you make sure your organisation is prepared now we're all back to home working in this third lockdown period. The advice also helps you to spot the increased numbers of coronavirus (COVID-19) scam emails.
Setting up new accounts and accesses
Preparing your staff for home working
Controlling access to corporate systems
Helping staff to look after devices
Using personal rather than work devices
You can find the full NCSC guidance here.
💡 Top Tip: If you need to set up new accounts or accesses so your staff can work from home, you should set strong passwords for user accounts. The NCSC strongly recommend you implement two-factor authentication (2FA) if available.
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