Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode five - Cyber challenge

With the country in Covid-19 lockdown the five remaining apprentices are given their latest task through the means of video conferencing.

For the fifth episode of Claims Apprentice, Suzanne Liversidge, sponsor Kennedys’ own Alan Sugar, explains that they need to come up with a poster or short video to warn and inform employers of the cyber security risks associated with staff working remotely.

She adds that they will also no longer be working in their teams, Empower and KDA, but individually.

With one week to prepare the apprentices, are then faced with impressing two partners from Kennedys’ Manchester office; Tom Pelham, who leads the UK cyber practice, and Ollie Dent, an integral member of Kennedys breach response team.

Now working alone at home, which of the apprentices will shine as they go solo?

Who will impress Tom and Ollie with their artistic abilities on their posters?

Which of the candidates will use the medium of video to stand out from the others?

With only one task left, who will make their mark as we reach the final stretch of the The Claims Apprentice 2020?

Episode Catch Up:

Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode one - Meet the teams

Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode two - Podcast challenge part one

Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode three - Podcast challenge part two

Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode four – Insurtech challenge 

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