csec18Raagini Sharma
(RIEAS Senior Analyst)

Copyright: @ 2021 Research Institute for European and American Studies (www.rieas.gr) Publication date: 24 July 2021

Note: The article reflects the opinion of the author and not necessarily the views of the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS)


The continuing worldwide onslaught of corona pandemic, with no respite or solutions to tide over the situation in the near sight has forced all to look out for options to do their businesses. In the wake of corona catastrophe, WFH (Work from Home) has almost become a panacea to overcome the obstacles of social distancing that is universally implemented to arrest the spread of pandemic. The conduct of almost all businesses in corporate, government, and non-governmental sectors has radically shifted to online transactions. Even imparting of education online has become a new normal. The internet has become a lifeline, and the working-world without it cannot be dreamt of. The internet, on one hand, has provided the alternate solution to most of the business communications and governmental work, however; on the other hand, the exponential exploitation of internet has given almost a limitless playfield for the computer hackers, cyber-stalkers, data-stealers and their likes to exploit the sophisticated, subtle and non-conspicuous virtual world to carry out their cybercrimes. ... Read more

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