Microsoft says the pandemic has changed the future of cybersecurity in these five ways

We track Microsoft in our directory of disruptive technologies as a Tech Titan we should all be watching closely.

Their work in cybersecurity is extensive and evolving. To their credit they publish frequently on cybersecurity trends and topics and provide a wealth of data on how to configure systems to reduce risk and improve security posture.

Recently they have underscored how cybersecurity has shot to the top of business agendas in recent months, as the sudden shift of workforces from the office to the home highlighted a host of new threats within remote-working setups. Add to that the explosion in opportunistic cybercriminals hoping to cash in on the situation, and businesses are faced with a security minefield as the prospect of remote work looms indefinitely.

Read  Microsoft’s new study which reveals how the coronavirus pandemic has changed the cybersecurity in five ways on the Tech Republic.

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