Employees and leaders alike support the adopting a more hybrid working model. But in terms of security, IT leaders worry a distributed workforce could add vulnerabilities that put company data at greater risk.
With re-entry on the horizon, and both remote and on-site employees to account for, this is a critical time to consider updates that reflect new ways of working. We’ll break down the key issues to focus on when updating cybersecurity policies and strengthening data protection measures, including:
Using new technology to support remote and office-based employees
Additional access points and potential risks for unauthorized access
Network security in the office and at home
Tracking distributed IT assets, home office equipment
Capturing sensitive information during the return to office, including collecting private data related to COVID-19