According to the results of the CSO Pandemic Impact Survey, 61% of the security and IT leader respondents are concerned about an increase in cyber-attacks targeting their employees who are working from home. They’re right to be concerned; according to the survey, 26% have seen an increase in the volume, severity, and/or scope of cyber-attacks since mid-March.
The Center for Internet Security's (CIS) Security Operations Center (SOC) has seen a marked increase in remote desktop protocol (RDP) exploitation, likely due to malicious attempts to exploit teleworking capabilities. There has also been a significant shift to using COVID-19 styled phishing and malspam campaigns.
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