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Will Coronavirus lead to more cyber-attacks?

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Mar 16, 2020

On March 16, 2020, the Harvard Business Review (HBR) released an article on how while the world is focused on the systemic threat posed by Covid-19, cybercriminals around the world undoubtedly are poised to capitalize on the crisis by launching a different kind of “virus.”

More and more employees are working remotely by the day, and companies may eventually face the prospect of functioning with little to no personnel on-site or skeleton crews in IT and other important support functions.

Against this backdrop, both employers and employees need to take the utmost care to protect themselves as well as confidential company information.

Review the full article on the HBR's website.

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