Hackers are using remote desk protocols to access servers © Getty Images
Hackers are using remote desk protocols to access servers © Getty Images

UAE cyber attacks jump 193% due to remote working

13 April 2021

Middle Eastern companies are facing new cyber attack risks due to large numbers of employees working remotely due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

IT security company Kaspersky said hackers were trying to enter networks via the protocols used by employees to access corporate resources remotely.

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