by Esther Shein, Cybersecurity Hub
In the wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), companies making the sudden shift to remote work are finding out that it creates new security threats, and they aren’t as prepared to go fully remote as they should be.
The looser grip on IT security that many companies are seeing from the sudden shift to remote work plus an increase in cyberattacks as criminals take advantage of the circumstance creates vulnerabilities that can lead to a data breach or other disaster. Every company can benefit from quickly addressing some potential attack vectors to beef up security fast.
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