Cybersecurity has continued to be a hot topic thanks to aggressive hackers and working remotely has certainly increased hacker’s ability to cause damage. With a second wave of COVID-19 closures coming back, more users and changes to the day-to-day business processes will push the limits of your technology infrastructure especially when it involves implementing new software applications to handle internal processes that were once done in person and manually. Is your IT operations set up to handle the changes? Training, bandwidth issues, making sure anti-virus and anti-malware updates are being regularly pushed out to all users, decreased availability of getting new equipment such as laptops and Chromebooks, shortages of people to maintain the IT infrastructure: all major stresses. Add on top that hackers know that you are stressed and may not have everything is up to code, and bam, they send out phishing emails in mass and deploy as many tactics as they can to get into your system.