Cyber criminals are using the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak as an opportunity to defraud and hack unsuspecting victims. As more companies are taking steps to keep their employees safe while maintaining business operations, many employees have been given the opportunity to work from home, which for some may be unfamiliar territory. Often, home computing environments are not equipped with the same level of cybersecurity protections as the office environment, and with normally scrupulous people being fearful during this time of uncertainty, their guard can be let down opening the door for hackers to attack.
Below are some of the cybersecurity threats that remote employees are currently facing and some best practices to follow while working from home.
COVID-19 Cybersecurity Threats
Remote Office Work Best Practices
Contact T&M’s Cyber Incident Response Team in the event you have fallen victim to cyber-attack during this global pandemic.
646.445.7811 | CIRT@tmprotection.com