Prepare for Slower Data Breach Detection, Higher Costs With Remote Workforce
The major exodus of employees to remote working environments will spread corporate data across various privately owned electronics and services, and likely hinder data incident monitoring and compliance.
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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