Cyber security is one of the most challenging issues for business owners, with each data breach costing companies about $3.9m (£3m), according to IBM.
With much of the global workforce now remote, it has never been more important for employees to be cyber aware.
However, two in five (41%) of employees across all UK sectors have not received adequate cyber security training, a survey of 1,324 UK workers by Specops Software found.
What’s more, nearly four in five (79%) UK workers admitted they would not be able to identify if they were hacked.
Those in travel and hospitality are at the highest risk of cyber attacks, over four in five (84%) employees not receiving adequate training against cyber threats.
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