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The Future of Work: How to Stay Ahead of the Cybersecurity Threat in Remote Work
This article looks at how remote work affects cybersecurity and what companies can do to lower the risks. Because employees often use their own devices and home networks that aren't secure, remote work has made cyberattacks more likely. In addition, they are more susceptible to phishing and social engineering attempts.
Also, you can read my book, “The Rise of Remote Workers.”
The Impact of Remote Work on Cybersecurity
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies worldwide to offer remote work, which has become the norm for many. Even though remote work has benefits like more flexibility and less time spent commuting, it also has significant drawbacks, especially regarding security. In this article, we’ll look at how remote work affects cybersecurity and what businesses can do to avoid the dangers. Additionally, you can find more on remote workers in my eBook, “The Rise of Remote Workers.”
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