How can employers help prevent phishing attacks during COVID-19

Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 28 April 2020
Laura Gillespie
Pinsent Masons
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In a recent webinar 'Workplace Data Protection in the Home' by Legal Island and Pinsent Masons, Laura Gillespie, Partner at Pinsent Masons LLP discusses how your employees must be alive to phishing scams, giving practical tips and information that employers must keep in mind when employees are working in challenging times.

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Training Resources

[New] Protecting Data when Home Working in Northern Ireland

With most organisations suddenly having remote working thrust upon them, what are you doing to protect your employees, customers and reputation? Compliance around data and data protection for remote workers is very important.

This is why we created a 30-minute course to protect you and your organisation. Data breaches are often accidental and the result of staff carelessness. The fear and panic surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) have produced a perfect ‘high stress’ environment for cyber criminals.

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Additional Resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19): fraud and cyber crime - Advice and guidance on how to protect yourself and your business from fraud and cyber crime - GOV.UK - Click here 

This article is correct at 28/04/2020

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Laura Gillespie
Pinsent Masons

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