Cybercrime increased in 2020 as companies went online and employees worked from home. Fortunately, a new class of tech startups is emerging to address the problem.
The dramatic shift towards remote working practices may be the single biggest business impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Although we are forced, we see the benefits: companies that advocate remote working see productivity gains and cost savings, while employees enjoy a flexible work-life balance and most don’t miss the daily commute.
But such a seismic change in work patterns and behaviors over such a short period of time carries risks – and the sudden switch to the Internet has provided fertile ground for opportunistic cybercriminals.
According to a recent study commissioned by Telstra, almost two-thirds (65 percent) of large companies in Europe say the number of cyber attacks on their organization is in …