With the New Zealand Institute of Directors naming cyber security as one of the “five things directors can’t ignore in 2020,” you’d expect most security and IT leaders to be having ongoing robust discussions with board members around their organisation’s security posture.
Nothing could have prepared us for Covid-19 and the shock waves it sent through society and the economy. Now as the dust starts to settle and we develop new ways of working, the race is on to maintain productivity. And quite simply, digital transformation is the way to do it.
For many businesses, New Zealand’s response to COVID-19 has meant quickly adapting to new ways of doing businesses – from contactless deliveries to using new eCommerce platforms to sell to customers. With so many other challenges competing for our attention right now, data privacy probably isn't front-of-mind.
How do you spot a scam in progress and prevent your business from being breached?
Improving the security of your data need not be as complicated as you might think. Even by making just a few simple changes to the way your business stores and uses its data, you’ll go a long way in ensuring it doesn’t fall into the wrong hands.