Six Risks To Mitigate: Number Four
A short video on working from home. Informative, helpful, and worth two-minutes of your time.
Read the transcript of the video:
Working from home brings new cybersecurity challenges
As companies navigate the transition to remote operations, they've discovered that working from home brings new cybersecurity challenges right to their table – and bad actors excel at finding creative ways to exploit those opportunities to strike.
By making mitigation of six significant risks a top priority, companies can quickly boost their defenses and avoid potential cybersecurity pitfalls, as their employees continue working from home.
This is our fourth video in a series about risk mitigation. This video is entitled:
Risk #4 – Enforce The Rules
Remote workers aren’t just using more applications and email – they’re also using more devices, in more places.
In the old world, workers often used a company-provided computer at work, and a separate computer at home, keeping home and work clearly separated. But nowadays, many workers use one computer for everything, and they can create complications that crack open a window for the bad guys.
Companies must create and enforce strict bring-your-own-device policies and safety protocols for systems access and data handling. Workers that are signing in from publicly accessible WIFI networks, toting around passwords on sticky notes, or transferring data haphazardly, create vulnerabilities that aren’t accounted for in even the best cybersecurity plans.
Clear policies and strong rule enforcement, keep everyone on the same page, which keeps your systems and data secure.
Does all of this seem a bit too much for you? DTS InfoTech can help
We're good at working from home, because we all work from home here at DTS InfoTech, and have for the past twenty years.
We have the tools, technology, expertise, and practical experience to train you
We know how intimidating technology can be! We make a living helping people just like you, who have questions about all things technology, and that includes working from home.
Most small businesses do not have the technical resources or time to understand all this geek stuff. If this describes you, we can help.
If you would like more information about working from home give us a call, we're always happy to chat, and the call is free. Thanks, for watching!
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