The health crisis has prompted a multitude of companies to favor teleworking to maintain their activity. A sudden transition that carries its share of risks in terms of cybersecurity. It therefore pushes companies to adapt to a remote communication model, that is to say: mail, chat, videoconference, all without the presence of technical teams.
According to Malwarebytes, 20% of structures have been the victims of a cyber attack because of an employee who works from home since the start of the crisis. For 24% of respondents, these new ways of working resulted in unexpected expenses to deal with a security breach or malware attack.