Two-fifths of firms have sacked staff for cybersecurity breaches during Covid, poll shows
Posted August 18, 2020
- Almost two-fifths of business decision-makers (39 per cent) have dismissed employees because of a cybersecurity policy breach since the pandemic began, a survey has found.
- To combat poor employee security practices, more than half (55 per cent) of those surveyed had banned, or planned to ban, staff from using personal devices to work from home.
– Elizabeth Howlett | August 18, 2020