How organizations and individuals can defend themselves against potential identity thieves

How organizations and individuals can defend themselves against potential identity thieves

How organizations and individuals can defend themselves against potential identity thieves

It’s a buyer’s market for criminals with an eye for identity theft (opens in new tab)† With the workforce still dispersed everywhere after the coronavirus crisis, workers are more vulnerable than ever to social engineering tactics. In addition, sensitive data, once protected by robust on-premise security and corporate networks, can now be accessed through unsecured home environments.

In addition, organizations around the world are struggling to digitize their processes, regulators have yet to enforce security procedures remotely, and our most valuable data is now accessible through easy-to-understand devices on a simple home network.