Cybersecurity and Staying Digitally-Aware
London Business Hub is providing advice and information to help businesses and the self-employed work safely during COVID-19. This week, we provide advice and tips on staying digitally-aware and secure.
The following resources are designed to help your business stay safe online:
- How to turn on your firewall
This leaflet from the Police Digital Security Centre (PDSC) explains how to turn on your firewall.
- How the PDSC can help
The Police Digital Security Centre has developed the online Cyber Security Self-Certification assessment tool to help test the resilience of your business to common types of cyber crime.
- Money mules
The Metropolitan Police has published a video guide to not being a money mule.
- Asset management
This PDSC guide provides an overview of the benefits of asset management, so that your business always knows what equipment it owns.
- Admin accounts
This blog from the PDSC explores why it is important to have a separate admin account.
- Avoiding phishing scams
In this blog, TSB explains how to identify and prevent phishing scams.
- Internet of Things security
This guide from the PDSC provides advice on how to secure Internet of Things devices.
- Avoid telephone scams
Richmond Police has published a video about how to spot bogus police phone scams.
Browse our library of support for more tips and advice to help you work safely during COVID-19. We cover a range of topics to help you identify and prevent common online threats.
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