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.
The dust is still settling. And while Business leaders have rightly focused on remaining resilient through operational and financial pressures. Only now are some taking the time to step back and ask — what does the new reality look like over the coming months and next few years, and how do I prepare for it?
To help you understand and respond to the evolving cyber challenges facing the post-COVID-19 landscape, we offer our latest insights from KPMG Cyber Security leaders.
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