Personal and sensitive information is like currency in world of hacking. In fact, hackers can quite literally make money off of selling your personal information on the black market, where it is acquired by nefarious individuals for a wide range of purposes, like stealing your identity.
The corona virus pandemic that has gripped the United States — and the entire world — has effectively changed many aspects of day-to-day life. This includes scores of businesses giving their employees the benefit of working from home instead of coming into the office to potentially exchange germs with co-workers.
With cybersecurity risks as seemingly every turn, something as benign as browsing the internet can put your company’s information and network at risk.
When one of your employees is browsing the internet with a traditional web browser, they might be exposing important information, like his or her search preferences, or welcome tracking mechanisms, like cookies.