For many employees, kitchen tables and home offices have replaced cubicles and open-concept workspaces. Even as the economy reopens, many Americans will remain working from home, while others will work a hybrid schedule. According to a recent Gartner survey, 74% of CFOs plan to move at least some employees to remote work permanently.
Though the new work commute can’t be beaten, the hybrid and remote workforce expands the ability for cyber-criminals eager to exploit sensitive company data or take down corporate systems via phishing scams, malware attacks, and other digital dangers.
As companies embrace hybrid or fully remote, they also inadvertently expand the ability for cyber-criminals eager to exploit sensitive company data or take down corporate systems. To safeguard against these relentless threats, companies and their employees must integrate good security hygiene into their everyday business.
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