5 Signs that your PC or laptop is infected with malware
As the UK continues to deal with the repercussions of the current pandemic, many businesses continue to work from home – and whilst doing so, it is likely that many businesses have their employees' personal devices connected to their network, and since personal laptops and PCs are used outside of work purposes, they are liable to become infected with malware. Unfortunately, many people don’t know how to spot the signs of infection on their PC or laptop – so our team of IT experts has put together a quick list of signs to look out for when diagnosing malware.
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Our work habits have changed dramatically over the past few months but are you sure your business is protected from malicious attacks taking advantage of the disruption? The best way to safeguard your business from potential threats is to carry out an IT risk assessment.
Our IT support team has put together a quick checklist to help you identify all possible vulnerabilities to your business’s security.
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