By John Hackston | December 16, 2020

Since COVID-19 forced much of the workforce to go remote, many central IT systems have been replaced by networks of disparate individuals. The resulting fractured security systems leave companies vulnerable to cybersecurity risks, and malicious actors are exploiting the opportunity: My company, Myers-Briggs, in partnership with ESET, has conducted research showing that since the lockdown began cybercrime has increased by 63 percent.

With the remote work model unlikely to decrease anytime soon, it is crucial to explore the role employees play in cybersecurity.

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