Schillings Critical Risk Brief - Issue 9

06 July 2020

The latest edition of the Schillings’ Critical Risk brief examines some steps business may wish to consider as employees begin to return to the work place. In our Feature piece, former New Scotland Yard Hostage and Crisis Negotiator Neil Stapley OBE shares some lessons on re engaging your workforce ahead of such a move. While Cyber security expert Gurpreet Thathy, considers how employers should take the opportunity to secure their office spaces, given a recent rise in cyber extortion activity.

Please click here to access the brief. This next issue will be available in September 2020.

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