From the Introduction: "When the world changes, people find ways to adapt. In March 2020, when the reality of the impact of the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] virus was becoming apparent, businesses were forced to quickly, and with little warning, completely alter their operations, in many cases suspending most in-person activities and shifting to operating in a virtual environment. [...] It is no surprise that cybersecurity has become a topic of increased discussion on the national stage due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has worldwide appeal for nefarious actors who have been quick to take advantage. Businesses, large and small, began to worry more about their cyber risk and vulnerabilities, and rightly so."
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