How to keep your business’s data ultra-safe during the Work From Home revolution
Love it or hate it, Working From Home is huge and here to stay.
As a nation, we’ve really embraced the changes forced upon us by the pandemic. Many businesses have become more flexible with a mixture of office-based workers, hybrid workers and fully remote workers.
We had no idea that we could change so much, so quickly, did we? Work just doesn’t look the same as it did in 2019.
And because of that, cyber security in 2022 doesn’t look the same either. When you have people working away from your office you need to take additional security measures to keep your data safe.
Even before we’d heard the word “Coronavirus”, many of us were working from home now and then. Checking emails at the weekend. Finishing up a project in the evening. Getting a head start on your week.
Now Working From Home has to be taken more seriously. If any of your staff works anywhere away from the office, there’s a chance they’re taking unnecessary risks with your data.
Many businesses seem to have this covered. They’ve invested in new company devices, increased remote security, and have trained their people on best practice.
But there’s something important some businesses haven’t considered.
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