COVID-19 has changed many organisations’ way of working. It has moved users from physical offices to a virtual, remote working world, thus forcing some organisations to operate with limited workforces and reduced manpower.
Almost every month, we hear about an organisation that has been successfully hit by ransomware attack. As a result of these attacks, cybercriminals monetise the stolen data by using underground forums (a.k.a. dark web), through direct sale, or by holding it ransom.
Ransomware attacks and other cyber security threats remain the main drivers pushing people to increase their knowledge and experience of how to create a secure journey in cyber space. It is no longer a secret that the COVID-19 pandemic proved how important cyber security is for remaining resilient whilst pursuing a rapid digital transformation.