The coronavirus outbreak has led to the biggest experiment in work-from-home regime in decades, bringing along the threat of cybercrime to sensitive government and corporate data. Photo: Shutterstock Images The coronavirus outbreak has led to the biggest experiment in work-from-home regime in decades, bringing along the threat of cybercrime to sensitive government and corporate data. Photo: Shutterstock Images
The coronavirus outbreak has led to the biggest experiment in work-from-home regime in decades, bringing along the threat of cybercrime to sensitive government and corporate data. Photo: Shutterstock Images

Cybercrime lurks as biggest work-from-home experiment puts state, corporate secrets in peril

  • Staff working at home or connected to public Wi-fi networks are more likely to be hacked, security analysts
  • Hong Kong weathered first month of working-from-home regime without any noticeable rise in cybercrime, according to privacy commissioner

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The coronavirus outbreak has led to the biggest experiment in work-from-home regime in decades, bringing along the threat of cybercrime to sensitive government and corporate data. Photo: Shutterstock Images The coronavirus outbreak has led to the biggest experiment in work-from-home regime in decades, bringing along the threat of cybercrime to sensitive government and corporate data. Photo: Shutterstock Images
The coronavirus outbreak has led to the biggest experiment in work-from-home regime in decades, bringing along the threat of cybercrime to sensitive government and corporate data. Photo: Shutterstock Images
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