5 Cybersecurity Tips in the Shadow of COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a perfect opportunity for hackers to use increasingly devious and exploitive ways to invade our digital space. As our economy slowly begins to reopen, and many workers are transitioning from home to office, an equally large number of employees continue to work remotely. This instability makes it easier for malware to infect your company’s emails, remote access, and digital communication. The attacks infiltrate and corrupt data using the lure of celebrities, current events, and popular occasions to penetrate our corporate communication networks. This blog will highlight common cyber-attacks that are currently invading business networks. It also explores solutions for improving cybersecurity across industry sectors. There is a significant increase in the severity and scope of cyber-attacks throughout the country. During these past months, many companies have looked into installing cybersecurity protection to safeguard against COVID-19 related phishing and malware attacks. It’s vital for businesses to supply continuous support for telecommuting workers as well as those transitioning back to the office. Managers and employees should be informed about current cybersecurity threats and receive training to guard company data against being infected by COVID-19 related scams. Since March, there has been an alarming rise in malicious cyber-attacks.