Consider remote working threat scenarios when planning your cybersecurity protections can help keep your company’s data safe, no matter where employees choose to open their laptops.
Phishing, BEC and social engineering scams work particularly well on employees who are working from home and has become a “perfect storm” for attackers who want to target businesses through their remote workers.
100,000 inboxes of remote workers have recently fallen victim to voicemail phishing attacks that could successfully bypass secure email gateways and DMARC authentication protocol.
New survey shows how well remote workers are adhering to their company’s security protocols in order to protect confidential information during the pandemic.
Remote workers faced a barrage of over 100,000 phishing attacks over the last four months, mostly involving the impersonation of Google-branded websites, according to a report by Barracuda Networks.