The recent global pandemic forever changed the way people work. These days, more and more people are working remotely, but much of that remote access technology is exposed to external threats.
Ron Stefanski writes in Security Boulevard,
"The move to online working has provided tons of new opportunities for cybercriminals looking to exploit unsecured technology systems.
This, in turn, has resulted in an increased need for integrating security technologies into remote workspaces to secure communications and transfer of private employee, business or consumer data.
If you have remote workers, then you need to pay extra attention to securing the technology your workers are using..."
With that in mind, here are 10 ways you can maintain cybersecurity for your remote workforce.
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