SINGAPORE (12 June): As countries slowly reopen their economies and workers in Singapore begin cautiously returning to their offices following the lifting of some “circuit breaker” measures on June 2, one may be tempted to hope that the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic is over. Yet for most organisations, lurking in the shadows is the spectre of a “cybersecurity pandemic”, with cyberattacks on the rise as it becomes more common for office workers worldwide to work from home (WFH). 

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