The pandemic has created a host of labor and employment and health care issues. However, the digitization of health records and employees working from home has created new cybersecurity issues that general counsel need to consider in 2021, according to a report released by Experian on Monday.

“This is a ‘cyberdemic’ era that we’re coming into because this is going to have long-term effects. We’re seeing new targets and we’re going to have to have new methods to be able to protect ourselves,” Michael Bruemmer, vice president of consumer protection at Experian in Austin, said in an interview.

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