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Why You Shouldn't Use Public Wifi Networks

Datuk Alan See, Co-Founder and CEO, FIRMUS

08-May-23 12:00

Why You Shouldn't Use Public Wifi Networks

The COVID-19 pandemic forced organisations to adopt remote working and today the hybrid working environment is still commonplace for many organizations, however this change has created significant work from home cybersecurity risks.

With an average of 84 million cyber-attacks in Malaysia every day throughout the final quarter of last year according to Fortinet, it becomes quite clear why organizations and employees must understand essential security tips in order to safely adapt to hybrid working.

To give us a clearer sense of how to better improve a business’s cybersecurity in a hybrid or remote working environment, we speak with Datuk Alan See, Co-founder and CEO of FIRMUS - a provider of cybersecurity solution and penetration testing services.

Produced by: Roshan Kanesan

Presented by: Roshan Kanesan, Lily Chai

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