The move to work from home brings increased security risks. Carol discusses what can be done to detect and defend against these new risks.
By Carol Woodbury
With the onslaught of the Coronavirus, many organizations have been forced to move their employees into a work-from-home status—often with little or no notice. From a system-security perspective, working from home is inherently less secure than working within the confines of a local network. And this risk is magnified by the volume of employees working from home, the lack of a formal work-from-home policy, and the rapidity with which this move had to be made.