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The Five Major Security Pitfalls of Working from Home

And Ways You Can Solve Them

73% of IT leaders say remote employees are a bigger security risk than on-site workers

The reality of few remote workers has shifted dramatically in even the last years, with more workers in more industries working from home all or most of the time. With more people working remotely than ever before, CISOs must craft a flexible security architecture to ensure that those long-term or newly remote workers can access the software they need to do their job in a secure environment. 

Remote employees create additional security risks for the IT department to manage, including:

  • Increased risk of browser-based attacks
  • Unsecured and unreliable wireless networks
  • Inability to remediate security incidents on remote workstations

This eBook will provide a full breakdown of these and more, along with actions CISOs can take right now to solve for these pitfalls.

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