Why the C-Suite Needs Better Cybersecurity at Home03/23/2021
Even before the 2020 global pandemic spurred the rise of remote work, cyber criminals had already started to target CEOs and company executives on their personal devices. This has only accelerated in the last year, and experts see a dangerous uptick of organization data loss events that originate from personal data breaches. We talked to Chris Pierson, founder and CEO of BlackCloak, about this new frontier in cyber risk.
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