The COVID-19 pandemic is an immense humanitarian crisis that has also severely affected the global economy. The rapid and unexpectedly broad disruption to businesses around the world has left companies struggling to maintain security and business continuity.
As organizations have shifted to remote working to protect their workers while continuing to serve their customers, they have moved the majority of their activity to the digital world—increasing the risk of cyberattacks. The challenge, how to secure new remote working practices while ensuring critical business functions are operating without interruption, and how to keep the organization protected from attackers exploiting the uncertainty of the situation.
To help you understand and respond to the evolving cyber challenges and position your business to be cyber resilient, we offer our latest insights from KPMG Cyber Security leaders.
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