The rise of Coronavirus has caused many organizations worldwide to transition their employees to work from home. While necessary to protect employees’ wellbeing in the time of a health crisis, remote work also facilitates cybersecurity threats that must not be ignored. Employees that are working from home need to be educated on the most important steps to take to avoid having their corporate devices or data compromised, especially when their organization has not had the time or resources to implement a strong set of remote work policies, technology, and training, which is the case for many organizations today caught off guard by the worldwide pandemic.
-What are the core cybersecurity risks of working from home and how can they be mitigated
-How to establish communication forums where remote employees can report potential issues
-What technologies and tools are recommended for establishing enabling secure remote work