[SecurityWeek] Like Their Adversaries, Threat Hunters Need Anonymity

The pivot to remote work forced by the Covid-19 outbreak was sudden, but security stepped up to the challenge. According (ISC)², the association of certified cybersecurity professionals, three out of ten said they had a day or less to secure their employers’ remote workers. 

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