As working from home becomes the new normal, organizations need strong cybersecurity measures to avoid becoming victims of costly cyberattacks. As the COVID-19 crisis unfolded, a wide variety of workforces transitioned to a remote environment. This move to working from home has changed the way employees interact with technology—and raised organizational cybersecurity risk.Hackers have already adapted their attacks to exploit people’s concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Download Transcript >Protect your remote work environment from cybercriminals during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyondWith millions of Americans currently working from home and relying more heavily on home technology systems due to the pandemic, cybercriminals are increasing activity to take advantage of this new normal.