With the COVID pandemic, many businesses were forced to allow employees to work from home in an effort to keep productivity active. While this has worked well for many companies, hackers are also aware of the lowered cybersecurity with an at-home workforce. Employees who work from home do not have the enterprise-level cybersecurity knowledge or standards compared to those implemented on a business network. Phishing is one of the biggest tools for an attacker, and the number of phishing attacks has greatly increased since the coronavirus breakout as more employees are working from home. As a business, you can still take steps to protect email accounts and business data as users send and retrieve messages on their home devices.
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