As if the global health crisis hasn’t impacted the business community enough in the last 10-plus weeks, bad actors continue to exploit businesses at any possible opportunity. Here’s a roundup of some top cybersecurity news from the past week.
Recent research from security rating firm BitSight showed that malware attacks have tripled since the global health crisis forced companies to work from home. According to the report, home office networks are 3.5 times more likely than corporate networks to be infected by malware.
MSPs perform strategic multifaceted roles. These roles range from ensuring that customers are protected from every different form of attacks they are susceptible to, and ensuring that businesses never lose data when their resources are compromised.
Although the global health crisis has shifted our personal and working lives to remote, MSPs are still leading the charge to ensure their clients are safe from the constantly evolving threat of ransomware.