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Coronavirus Cyber Awareness

Introducing our four-part series on keeping your organisations safe online

Over 1,000 instances of Coronavirus-related fraud and cybercrime were reported in April alone in the UK, according to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau.

Raising cyber awareness of your staff and equipping them with cyber security knowledge is crucial for protecting your organisations against cyber crime. QCS, as the leading compliance management system for the healthcare sector, have responded to these alarming statistics by creating a series of fact sheets on how to protect yourself and your colleagues against the increasing cyber crime.

These factsheets will cover everything from how to create strong passwords to ways in protecting your smartphone and devices, advice for running and participating safely in a video meeting and how to browse the internet safely and identify a suspicious email.

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Introducing our four-part series on keeping your organisations safe online

Over 1,000 instances of Coronavirus-related fraud and cybercrime were reported in April alone in the UK, according to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau.

Raising cyber awareness of your staff and equipping them with cyber security knowledge is crucial for protecting your organisations against cyber crime. QCS, as the leading compliance management system for the healthcare sector, have responded to these alarming statistics by creating a series of fact sheets on how to protect yourself and your colleagues against the increasing cyber crime.

These factsheets will cover everything from how to create strong passwords to ways in protecting your smartphone and devices, advice for running and participating safely in a video meeting and how to browse the internet safely and identify a suspicious email.

Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014: Regulation 17