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With the onset of COVID-19, there were a plethora of new opportunities for cybercriminals to take advantage of our uncertainties, fears, and overall lack of knowledge about this virus and how it was spreading. What we are finding is that malicious activity is spreading just as fast.
There are gaps in cybersecurity and the level of risk awareness as most of us work from home right now. If heading back to an office environment happens for some, it isn’t going to be the majority of workers, at least anytime soon.
There is no way to emphasize enough, just how important it is for small businesses to be prepared for a cyberattack. According to a recent survey by the Wall Street Journal Pro Research of 400 companies and their security officers, many companies are not taking it seriously enough to improve their readiness and risk of exposure.