Ransomware attacks are also a big concern for more than two-thirds (69%) of IT executives, who anticipate that the hybrid workplace will be a target for ransomware. Targeted organizations faced a threat to their business continuity as a result of these attacks.
Sharing a computer and using it for personal purposes are two different things. It may seem self-evident, but sharing a business computer with family or roommates can be a security concern. This should be avoided at all costs, especially if your work result contains sensitive customer information.
Cyber Tips For Remote Workers
- Keep devices patched and up-to-date.
- Accommodate the increase of remote VPN workers.
- Proved employee training.
- Require passwords to be updated regularly, use PW managers.
- Use cloud software for file management.
- Use only secure Wi-Fi.
- Have good backup systems
For remote employees, cybersecurity necessitates ongoing monitoring. Give us a call if you're concerned about your present remote security practices. We'll examine and put safeguards in place that will allow your remote workers to work securely and productively.