The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a surge in cyber incidents – and now the UK Government appears to be ignoring a serious warning from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
Major departments within the government have purchased more than 700 Zoom video conferencing licences, despite official warnings. A total of 731 licences have been ordered since the outbreak began with the Ministry of Defence picking up 550, the Cabinet Office 150, the Home Office eight, the Treasury five and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office 15.
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