Sophisticated social engineering attacks, such as the recent Twitter hack, are on the rise as widespread homeworking during the global COVID-19 pandemic has created new vulnerabilities for criminals to exploit, and exposed businesses and high-profile executives to higher risk of cyber attacks, says CyberCube.
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CyberCube, Twitter, Cyber Attack, Cyber, insurance, Reinsurance, Homeworking, Coronavirus, Darren Thomson, UK