How to Protect Your Business from Cyber Attacks During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Whether you are trying to lead a new remote workforce due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak or a workforce on the front lines in grocery stores or restaurants, there is a new layer of protection you need beyond the virus itself to keep your employees, customers, and business safe: cybersecurity. 

Cyber attacks have spiked amid the coronavirus. Hackers are capitalizing on widespread fear and uncertainty surrounding the outbreak, a time when businesses are already increasing their exposure to risk due to mandated stay-at-home orders and little to no IT support. Employees are using their personal electronic devices and other unprotected systems more often while working from home and handling highly confidential data. Because of this, remote hacking has become much easier and the chance of being infected with a range of malware significantly increases.

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