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Hackers prey on IT firms, their clients, and their workers while working from home

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Last Updated on 25/07/2021 by Sanskriti

IT professionals working from home are experiencing cyber-attacks as a result of the COVID-19 shutdown. Hackers go after their IT firms and their customers. IT companies employ the most secure servers and take every precaution to avoid hacker attacks. Since the IT personnel have been working from home for the past 18 to 20 months, the computer systems and procedures of those businesses have been subjected to an increasing number of cyber-attacks.

Despite the fact that IT firms are taking all feasible steps to improve their cybersecurity, they are finding it difficult to entirely prevent hacker attacks due to flaws in community security. 

Despite the fact that IT companies’ financial burden has lessened as a result of their employees working from home, they continue to invest millions of rupees in cybersecurity.

To enhance their computer systems and systems, big IT firms began hiring AI experts. Even modest IT companies are taking precautions to protect their systems from cyber-attacks.

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