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Helping to build business resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

At CyberSmart, we’re working to keep our employees, customers, and partners safe and informed about the recent outbreak of COVID-19. With the increased need for social distancing and quarantine, businesses like yours may also be experiencing unexpected challenges, and we’re committed to providing as much support as possible.

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About Us

Over 50% of SMEs are hacked every year. Most of them have no cyber protection.

CyberSmart is making cybersecurity simple and accessible to everyone. You shouldn’t have to think about protecting your data. We’re working to give every business, no matter how small, the tools to protect themselves easily and effectively.

Note from our CEO

“These are unprecedented, challenging times and I believe we will only make it through by bringing the business community together and supporting each other. As we become more socially distant, it is more important than ever that we stay connected.”

Tools for transitioning your team

With staff across the globe, remote working at CyberSmart is a practice that has been tried, tested and encouraged since the beginning of our business – we are “remote by design.”

Throughout our journey, we have refined strategies for optimising communication and security with a remote team. Today, we are making these practices and policies, alongside tips from our staff, available to businesses who are navigating their own transition to remote work.

We hope this information helps our customers, partners and any other members of the business community to take on remote working safely and productively. We urge you to download the following documents, customise and amend for your team and industry, and get in touch if you have any questions.

Remote Working Checklist

A simple checklist of all the essentials required to protect your business online.

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