How to Secure Remote Work

securing remote work

Many of us have been suffering in the pandemic, but a lot goes on in the deep recesses of the psyche. Loneliness has hit epidemic proportions and many of us have been craving social in-person gatherings, even with pandemic restrictions. That said, it is easier said than done to try to get everyone back to the office as usual. Let’s face it, as usual may be a thing of the past. It is most likely that people will be working from home or at least a flexible hybrid model.

One area of focus that businesses must be vigilant in to support the future of remote work is that of cyber security. In 2020, 62% of the American workforce got their first taste of working from home. This sudden rush to remote work had organizations massively underprepared for cyber security concerns that they needed more time to address adequately. Plain old passwords aren’t going to cut it anymore, VPNs have their issues, and even MFA (Multi Factor Authentication) can be easily manipulated by would-be attackers. A better and more convenient model of protection is the new world of passwordless security. 

Learn more about securing the future of securing remote work in the visual deep dive below:

Securing Remote Work