The mass shift to home working has changed the cyber risk threat.  Boards need to understand the new information security worries and risk environment.  And to ask how management are responding so directors can evaluate the remaining exposure levels.   Personal behaviour will be key, so boards need to looking  - and showing – clear cyber risk leadership.  Here we set out the questions directors should be asking.  

So we've produced a handy checklist for which questions a board should be asking management around home working.

A man is working from home wearing a shirt and tie with pajama bottoms and slippers and a mask. His computer screen reads "Device now in lockdown". The caption rads "A more conventional virus creeps in".

Read our latest bulletin for further guidance: Working from home: cyber risk questions boards need to ask.