Expecting the Unexpected: How Businesses Can Avoid Becoming a Target for Cybercrime During a Crisis

As companies around the world grapple with how to transition normal business operations with newly distributed workforces, bad actors have wasted no time in capitalizing on overtaxed IT teams. From “Zoom-bombing” to increasingly aggressive phishing attempts, bad actors have changed their tactics to try to profit from suddenly remote work environments.

In this webinar, we’ll break down new techniques cybercriminals have implemented to take advantage of mass disruption and uncertainty that remote work and learning environments have caused.  

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