Cybersecurity risks spike as COVID-19 forces city staff to go remote
from Smart Cities Dive
Recently updated data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found only 15.2% of local government employees regularly worked remotely from 2017-18. Today, cities are seeing an unprecedented spike in that number as workers move to their home offices to abide with shelter-in-place orders and social distancing mandates. And, as employee devices are more dispersed, cities become increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks.
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