Staying cyber safe

Knowing how to stay safe online while working remotely is vital to reduce the cyber risk, as Peter Wright explains

04 Jun 2020

March 2020 was the month we became home workers. 

Law firms, departments and teams that were used to sitting in relatively close proximity to each other are now dealing with the new reality of social distancing; and seeing each other on video conference calls rather than catching up at the coffee machine or in face-to-face meetings. 

Resistance to the concept of working from home, felt by many in the legal profession, melted virtually overnight. Like it or not, we really have all been ‘in this together’; facing a new reality of working from our home offices, or more likely for the majority of us – the kitchen table, living room or any other small space where we might be able to work for a little wh...

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