How to Make Your New Remote Workforce More Secure
The world has changed overnight as more and more companies are asking their employees to work from home to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. While working from home had been considered a way to provide flexibility to staff and relieve stress around commutes, it in now a “make or break” initiative that is raising new problems, particularly when it comes to security.
Ready or not, an entire workforce has lost the protection of their IT department provided firewall, and hackers are waiting to pounce on any vulnerability they can find. Practicing “good cyber hygiene” has always been an important part of digital security. Now, your new distant workforce has to be more dilligent than ever to help protect your company’s critical data from cybercriminals.
New to remote work? Then you’re probably noticing that there are a lot of processes IT has put in place to make your lives easier and more secure in the office. Now that you and your staff are transitioning to work from home, our checklist shows you the critical steps you should take to put similar processes in place and ultimately make the experience more secure, reliable, and even more enjoyable.
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