• Cyber-security


With the spread of coronavirus infection, the number of cyberattacks has increased dramatically internationally. Employees, students, teachers, etc. in different countries are required not to leave their homes and to do their work and study online from there. As a result, cybercriminals try to take advantage of the situation by finding vulnerabilities in security systems.

It should be noted that a large part of cyber threats depends on the behaviour of employees. For this reason, companies must focus their efforts on educating employees to protect themselves from these attacks.

In addition to regular diagnostics to minimize damage and reduce the risk of cyber-attacks, there is a need to establish in-house rules to prevent such incidents and to process information properly in the event of such incidents. After that, appropriate training should be provided for employees and their compliance with these rules should be constantly monitored.