10 Cybersecurity Best Practices for Securing Remote Workers

As COVID-19 drives an unprecedented wave of remote work, it’s vital to maintain focus on fundamental security controls.   

Over these past few weeks, businesses have undergone a series of major changes, particularly, employees and workstations moving to remote locations and out of corporate offices. Because of this, it can be easy to lose track of fundamental security controls. This can be a costly mistake, as cybercriminals view any disruption in business-as-usual as an opportunity to strike.   

To help keep organizations secure as they adopt a work from home model, we’ve developed a checklist of best security practices for you to follow.   

In this downloadable checklist, we deliver actionable information for today’s IT teams about challenges to consider and how to build a stronger remote work environment, including the importance of:  

  • Making your team aware of impending scams  
  • Setting up cloud infrastructure and application monitoring  
  • Adding multi-factor authentication, and more  

The 10 Cybersecurity Best Practices for Securing Remote Workers checklist will help you learn how to boost your security efforts in a rapidly changing business environment. Download today and take the first steps to building a stronger, more secure remote workforce.  

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