As hedge funds continue to transition back to the office, they are faced with a new set of challenges and cyber risks with employees returning to work.
In the months that employees worked remotely, cybercriminals and nation state attackers took advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to ramp up their attacks against remote employees and remote access solutions.
Grigoriy Milis, chief technology officer at RFA, noted that cybercriminals are also targeting remote employees and access points in an environment where some workers are in the office, some are continuing to work from home and some . . .
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