Hackers go phishing for remote workers during pandemic

“Remote employees continue to pose cybersecurity challenges for organizations of all sizes. Get informed and then educate to help defend yourself.”

Glenn Baruck, The eDot Family of Companies

One sentence is all you must read to understand the ongoing importance of cybersecurity for remote workers. Here it is: “The shift to working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic brought with it a 300% increase in cybercrime. Wandera’s 2020 Mobile Threat Landscape Report stated that every three minutes, new phishing sites pop up.” Let that sink in for a bit, and you will know why IT managers and their teams are facing the most significant ongoing challenge of their careers.

Keeping informed is the beginning of the protection process. This article by Heather Stratford for SECURITY INFOWATCH.com sheds more light on the subject. Stratford includes excellent information and practical solution ideas to help you better prepare your remote teams and protect your organization’s assets.

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