Mass homeworking creates new openings for cyber criminals

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and the resultant move to widespread homeworking has created new vulnerabilities for criminals to exploit. This is the key finding of a new report authored jointly by cyber analytics expert CyberCube and professional services firm Aon. According to the report, homeworking has exposed new access points for cyber criminals to gain entry to corporate systems including domestic PCs, laptops and Wi-Fi routers.

Aegon comment on the Chancellors Summer Statement

Aegon’s pensions director Steven Cameron comments on what the Chancellor’s Summer Statement means for pensions and savings across the generations.

The Rise of the Scammers

I’ll be blunt here. There are many awful things that we are experiencing as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. But one that really angers me is the rise of scammers. Just when we’re all facing economic uncertainty, learning to cope with being shut in our houses, not seeing friends and family, home-schooling…these despicable people emerge ready to take advantage.

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Amy Sutherland and Raluca Stanescu interview Louise Pryor, who is a sustainability actuary and incoming President Elect of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA). We’ve asked Louise a few questions about her work, and were also keen to find ou...Read More

The Luddite

Sam Richardson looks into the up and coming and the outgoing of the technology and gadgetry world in 2014.

Travelling Actuary

This month's Travelling Actuary takes us to the iconic Boston to experience New England at it’s very best.

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