Businesses today are facing more cyber threats than ever. As firms plan on how to best deal with a remote work force, hackers are taking advantage of the situation to stay one step ahead on their attacks.
Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the remote and distributed work force to launch an unprecedented number of attacks. The FBI has seen a doubling in the rate of complaints of Internet crime since employees started working remotely en mass in early 2020.
The large influx of remote workers with questionable cybersecurity hygiene has opened the opportunity for malicious attackers to start banging against the door to see what will stick.
Even if you do set your remote workers up with enterprise-grade security measures, there’s still some degree of risk because cybercriminals are launching such a massive amount of attacks. At the end of the day, the best way to stay safe is to stay aware and implement basic cyber hygiene and best practices.
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