SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – The “new normal” is contributing to the rise of cyber crimes.

Experts are warning companies to be careful as workers return to the office. They could bring a virtual virus with them.

Cyber experts say malware and viruses can hide on personal computers. When an employee returns to the office and connects to that network, it could give hackers access to the entire system.

Many Americans are returning to an unfamiliar workplace. Businesses are requiring face coverings, taking temperatures and cutting down on face-to-face interactions. All precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Cyber crime experts say that’s not the only virus companies should be worried about.

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