For workers being instructed to work from home amid the COVID-19 outbreak, doing jobs remotely can be a major adjustment. For hackers, it can be an opportunity.

Remote work means a rise in the number of devices employees are using for their jobs, and an increase in the use of online conferencing tools like Zoom, Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams, and Slack. That shift also give hackers a larger number of potential targets.

Cybersecurity research firms are predicting a spike in hacks and breaches targeting businesses as the COVID-19 outbreak continues…

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