As we transition to “work from home” companies are greatly enlarging their “threat landscape” or overall vulnerability to being compromised.
One major vulnerability is your employee’s home wireless network.
Your employees’ likely have a regular secure, encrypted wireless network setup. They connect to it & then starting working away.
So what is the problem?
For quite some time wireless encryptions types WEP & WPA have been recognized as being compromised by Cybersecurity Authorities – flawed & hackable.
This means a hacker could connect into your employee’s home network. Once inside the hacker can begin intercepting passwords, downloading information, tracking keyboard keystokes, etc.
If you would like to see how easy it is to hack a wireless network please watch the video below:
|https://youtu.be/SY0WMHTCCOM Hack WPA & WPA2 Wi-Fi Passwords with a Pixie-Dust Attack using Airgeddon [Tutorial]|
Cybercriminals will be sure to take advantage. In fact they may already have your “work from home” remote access credentials ….
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