In times of the Coronavirus many companies allow their employees to work from home. But carrying a significant portion of the workload remotely opens up an exploitable opportunity for attackers.
As many remote connections are established by employees and devices that have never done so before, an organisation could even allow a malicious login by mistake.
Many employees also use their private computers to work from home. These are more vulnerable to malware attacks and pose a threat to a company’s cybersecurity.