Take action against cyber-crime before it’s too late

It’s been just over a year since organizations were forced to ‘temporarily’ send their employees home to work, and many had to quickly adopt first aid tools to meet the demand of a fully remote workforce. A year later, many of us are in the same place. Working from the same kitchen tables and at-home offices that were never intended to last a year.

Scarily however, many organizations are still relying on the same tools that were implemented on a provisional basis in order to keep companies afloat. In doing so, they are exposing themselves to all sorts of security risks. Now is the time to consolidate remote work tools to ensure safety and security so employees and businesses can continue working successfully in a post-pandemic world.

The current state of remote security

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