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Reinforcing Security Norms During the Coronavirus Crisis
This blog was co-written by Joanna Huisman and Aimee Laycock. We have all seen an increase in the amount of advice and guidance from the healthcare sector and others since the start of the Coronavirus crisis. The latest recommendation I’ve heard is that washing your hands with antibacterial soap to the tune of “Happy Birthday” allows the right amount of time for disinfecting to take place. Amongst adults, washing our hands frequently is the normal, expected, and socially accepted response to a flu outbreak, but is that enough?
So, when it comes to information security, what are the desired security practices that we need all employees to follow now more than ever?