VPNs, anti-malware, and good cyber hygiene will help prevent viruses and phishing attempts from penetrating your home office.
Millions of workers have had to take their work home with them due to the pandemic and may continue to do so for months to come. Many are doing it without the security and privacy tools their offices had — or even the equipment. The result: Hacking activity has more than doubled. One Australian company even blamed the sudden switch to remote work for a ransomware attack.