A report from Verizon says that WFH policies are harming information security. However, there doesn't seem to be any evidence of anything harmful happening, and I strongly suspect that the report is yet another opinion survey. https://lite.cnn.com/en/article/h_b2745246f3d05396ac778da686852fff If there *is* any increase in security threats, I'm sure the real culprits are: - a huge surge in spam, fraud, and phishing emails. This has been going on ever since the pandemic started, and it's gotten worse in the past couple of months. - a lack of "work from home" policies on the part of businesses, and no real thought about the risks involved in simply sending people home and telling them to carry on as usual (in a highly unusual situation). - no provision or budget for the computers, devices, and security software that might be needed to provide extra protection in WFH situations.
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