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Data Breach

Corporations are allowing employees to work remotely to avoid coronavirus spread, but that could come at the expense of their cybersecurity health.

A largely remote workforce during COVID-19 will likely slow the detection of data intrusions and increase the overall cost of data breaches, cybersecurity lawyers said.

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