Since the massive shift to remote work last month, hacking activity targeting U.S. corporations and businesses other countries has more than doubled, Reuters reported. According to software and security company VMWare Carbon Black, ransomware attacks rose a whopping 148 per cent in March compared to February and the months prior. It seems hackers are taking advantage of the effects the covid-19 pandemic has had on most companies.
#Hacking Attacks Against Corporations Have More The Doubled In The Last Month
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