Top 3 Ways Remote Working Has Unknowingly Increased Your Security Risk
Users across the globe have left their office buildings along with the safety and security of the workplace. This has left companies at their most vulnerable because the full scope of their security exposure is unknown.
Attackers are wise to the gaps and vulnerabilities that come from remote working. Not only has the attack surface increased in recent months, but the volume of COVID-19 spam, phishing attacks and malware has also skyrocketed.
In a battle against timescales, many companies have taken shortcuts on security measures. But what they don’t realize is that failure to overhaul their remote working security strategies now, seriously threatens their productivity, reputation and long-term survival.
Join our interactive webinar as our panel explore the implications of some of the short-term decisions that were made, including:
- panic security purchases leading to down-drafting from enterprise-grade firewalls and tools to consumer-grade technology
- rapid shift to the cloud leaving your employees at home to maintain their own security
- delay of other projects
- We’ll also discuss how forward-thinking organizations have found a fast, adaptable and scalable way to address these security risks.