The pandemic resulting in large swathes of the population remote working has seen an increase in the number of cyber-attacks. This feature advises HR on how to reduce these from happening. Includes:
Why employees need immediate education on remote work cyber security
How Twitter and Marriott got conned by cyber attacks
Why HR needs to foster a stronger connection with IT
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