Although remote work wasn’t a new phenomenon when the COVID-19 pandemic began, little could have prepared us for the explosion in online activity that followed.

Whenever there’s a major event or hot topic in the news, you can bet there will be opportunists on standby somewhere, poised to exploit it. The pandemic has been no different, with cybercriminals working overtime to take advantage of individuals and businesses as they transitioned to a mostly online lifestyle. New social engineering tactics, phishing campaigns, recordbreaking ransomware payouts, and other developments emerged at astonishing rates.

Posted: Friday, May 7, 2021
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