How do you build virtual armour in the battle against the cyber criminals?

Over the past two years – as we’ve grown accustomed to remote and now hybrid ways of working – cybercrime has been on the rise

Research from Doherty Associates found that a small business falls victim to a hack every 19 seconds, and that a whopping quarter of employees have inadvertently been responsible for a cyber breach in their organisation.

As we move forward in this ever-uncertain new way of working, how can employers secure the buttresses of their cyber forts, and minimise their cyber risks?

On this episode of The AMBITION Podcast, Terry Doherty, CEO of tech firm Doherty Associates, teaches listeners how to build virtual armour in the battle against the cyber criminals.

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