Global Cybersecurity Funding Trends | 2022-2024

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The global pandemic created a unique opportunity for cybercriminals to expand their activities – particularly by exploiting vulnerable individuals who transitioned from work at the office to work at their home overnight. Two years later, these phishing attempts and attacks on video services continue, as many organisations still struggle to provide a ‘cyber-safe’ remote-work environment for their employees. As the world emerges from the COVID-19 crisis and sets its eyes on the future of work, it is clear that our new reliance on digital infrastructure requires us to change the way we think and interact with the ever-growing list cybersecurity threats across the globe

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