There are numerous ways a cybercriminal may infiltrate a company. One of the top ways to breach data is through phishing. Another vulnerable area also has to do with the human factor. Weak and unsecured passwords pose a major threat to an operation, whether the employee is at home or not.

It’s important that company leaders and IT professionals understand hackers are already refocusing their attention on hybrid workers and those returning to the office. By thinking of potential vulnerabilities within the organization and staying informed of the latest threats, it’s possible to keep a step ahead of these adversaries.

For a side-by-side comparison of the cybersecurity risks for remote and in-office work, please see the accompanying resource.

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