Hacking threats growing in work-from-home era, fear CISOs

Covid-enforced remote working creates new threats and vulnerabilities for bad actors to exploit, say cyber experts


The Covid-19 era of forcible remote working is creating new threats and vulnerabilities in banks’ IT infrastructures – and new bad actors to exploit them, information security experts fear.

The coronavirus pandemic has forced most major US and European financial firms to embrace remote working for the vast majority of their staff. That has made it far more difficult for surveillance teams within banks to monitor data for suspicious or unusual activity, and root out behaviour that poses a

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