Most are using remote working on a much larger scale than ever before, meaning they have had to implement new rules and improvements in technology to ensure productivity, staff wellbeing and information security to ensure that working from home is safe from cyber threats.
There are many reasons data breaches are more likely to occur while working remotely. For instance, the lack of supervision can result in employee apathy. Remote workers are less aware about cyber security, using insecure Wi-Fi networks or personal laptop...
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