Cyberattacks loom in Indonesia as pandemic forces employees to work from home

JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The work-from-home (WFH) arrangement aimed at curbing Covid-19 transmission exposes companies to cyberthreats as unaware employees connect to office networks from personal computers, experts have warned.

According to the National Cyber and Encryption Agency (BSSN), cyberattacks in Indonesia almost doubled to more than 495 million cases in 2020, the highest figure ever recorded by the agency, established in 2017.

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