With most of the world switching to remote work because of the pandemic, we’ve also noticed an increase in phishing attacks. According to an IMB report, there’s been a 2% increase in phishing attacks between 2019 and 2020, mainly because of the pandemic. And, there are no signs that the attacks are slowing downs – quite the contrary. When a business becomes the victim of a phishing attack, the stakes can be incredibly high. More often than not, hackers aren’t trying to steal money, but data. And, a data breach caused by a phishing attack can affect your business tremendously.