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Cyber threats proliferate during the pandemic

As we predicted, we are seeing more activity from the perpetrators of digital espionage ... on top of everything else, it is essential to try and keep the usual cybersecurity disciplines going despite the distractions and stretch of large scale remote working. This requires more than the usual business continuity plans for many firms who are highly affected by the crisis ... firms may need to adopt a military style multi-team approach to maintain around-the-clock ability to monitor and adapt to the new operating model. We have recently published our hit list of tactical advice for firms addressing these priorities

We also continue to publish a range of Covid-19 guides on our website

(Reuters) - A U.S. cybersecurity firm said Wednesday it has detected a surge in new cyberspying by a suspected Chinese group dating back to late January, when coronavirus was starting to spread outside China.


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