"Cybersecurity trends 2020"


Working remotely may provide employees with more flexibility, but it’s set to see more companies exposed to cyber-criminal attack, according to a report into data privacy trends in 2020.

Business advisory and advocacy law firm, McDonald Hopkins has identified the top data privacy and cyber security risks facing organisations this year.

Number one, being the exploitation of remote access vulnerabilities, which companies are increasingly using to attract the best and brightest employees, while retaining talent using non-monetary perks.

Click here to read the full article from The Shift.

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