Cyber Attackers Will take Advantage of Employees Working from Home

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Cyber Attackers Will take Advantage of Employees Working from Home

Cyber experts are saying that hackers will take advantage of the current situation where the majority of the employees are working from home. Government officials in the United States, Britain, have issued warnings about the dangers of a new remote workforce, while tech companies are seeing an exponential increase in the number of requests to help secure office laptops that are being used by employees who are working remotely.

5G Enterprise Adoption- Security is Still a Major Concern

Cybercriminals are dressing up password-stealing messages and malicious software as coronavirus-themed alerts, warnings, or apps. The cybersecurity officials in the US released an advisory warning to companies to update their Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) and be on the lookout for an increasing number of malicious emails aimed at an already disoriented workforce.


Coronavirus-themed Malware and Spams are affecting the Tech Industry

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