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15 Oct 2020

Cyber attacks: What areas should businesses watch out for in 2020?

During the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and economic fallout, it is difficult for many businesses to consider emerging cyber and data risks, unless they have experienced a claim already.

For many business sectors, their main focus will understandably be on survival and immediate business continuity. However, with the change to remote working and the BBC reporting that Covid-19 has led to an unprecedented number of scams against individual and business, there is a backdrop of increased risk.

In this infographic, we’ve laid out some of the key areas where your business could be exposed to a cyber attack:

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