KYND to offer SMES free cyber tool through CBI's COVID-19 hub

Cyber risk management provider, KYND has lent its expertise to the Confederation of British Industry's online coronavirus hub.

The company will use the business group's platform to deliver a free KYND Start Report to small businesses and charities which have no cyber insurance in place to protect their business in the event of a loss.

Andy Thomas, KYND's CEO, comments "In these unprecedented times KYND, like the CBI, want to do everything we can to help our fellow small businesses navigate through this crisis. By offering small businesses and charities free access to our KYND Start report we feel that we can play our small part in helping everyone stay a little bit safer.”

As the outbreak continues to evolve, cyber criminals are increasingly trying to take advantage of the disruption by launching a multitude of new coronavirus-related attacks and scams.

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