Network Security Risks Stemming From An Increased Mobile Workforce
Network Computing, May 7th, 2020
May 7, 2020,
Volume 266, Issue 1

The COVID-19 Pandemic is changing everything about the way we work. Securing your networks now will pay dividends long into the future, because cyber criminals aren't going away

"Amidst talk of global lockdowns and economic crashes, though, one of the major impacts of the virus has gone slightly overlooked. With millions of workers in the US and worldwide now being forced to work from home, they are more exposed than ever to network security risks.

Many companies have struggled to make remote working more secure for years. During the current crisis, many have been forced to immediately transition to decentralized networks and working practices. The security challenges of decentralized organizations are no longer a niche subject, and new threats are also emerging as a direct consequence of Coronavirus.

In this article, we'll look at the three main ways in which remote working increases the level of cyberthreat faced by your workers and your company. We'll then show you how to mitigate them..."

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