Remote work has become increasingly common. While remote work allows for greater flexibility in terms of location and schedule, it also carries increased risks when it comes to cyber threats. There are many different types of such cyber threats that businesses need to be aware of, including malware, ransomware, phishing attacks, and social engineering hacks. These can lead to data theft or corruption, financial losses due to downtime or lost productivity, loss of customer trust and reputation damage, regulatory fines or penalties, and even business closure in extreme cases.

In this post, Crowe Singapore look at three issues that companies should think about before adopting remote work.

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