A hacker working in the dark. It will be harder to detect data breaches or other cyber issues, as well as gather critical information such as who was affected and what data is involved. (Photo: Maksim Shmeljov/Shutterstock)

Corporations are allowing employees to work remotely to avoid coronavirus spread, but that could come at the expense of their cybersecurity health.

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Victoria Hudgins

I am a reporter for Legaltech News where I cover data privacy, cybersecurity and technology's impact on the business and practice of law.