Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic broke, a lot has changed in the way people interact and among the things that changed most was work dynamics. For companies to try and control the spread of the virus, many people were driven to work from home. This way, businesses would move on as usual without physical interactions.

Although working from home seems like a convenient solution for limiting the spread of the virus while continuing business operations, it’s not without other issues. While an office setting offers a separation of work and personal devices, proper security measures, and employee training on cybersecurity, the same might not happen at home. Therefore, cybercriminals are taking advantage of loopholes created by the work from home dynamics to launch attacks on companies. However, it’s entirely possible to keep the cyber threats and attacks on remote workers at the minimum with good cybersecurity practices.

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