Improving cyber security for remote working

13 recommendations to improve cybersecurity for remote working

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Many organisations are in the middle of a work from home trial by fire. IT teams tasked with coordinating the transition have been stretched to breaking point, in attempt to ensure employees can continue to work both productively and securely. However, the swathe of new endpoints and rushed cloud migrations are creating vulnerabilities faster than they can be patched up. With remote working here to stay, the security implications of this abrupt change must be identified.

This whitepaper sets out the security implications of the switch to remote working, and includes cyber security best practices critical to making the transition as seamless and secure as possible.

Download it now for 13 recommendations to improve your cybersecurity for remote working.

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