5 best practices for securing remote workers

5 Best Practices To Secure Remote Workers

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Remote work has undergone a massive transformation this year, and criminals have been eager to take advantage of the transition period – in fact, Google has been detecting 18 million COVID-related malware and phishing emails per day.

So, what are some of the best practices in securing remote workers against these threats? This article highlights 5 best practices – 3 of which include:

  1. Look for an integrated, end-to-end platform model
  2. Leverage cloud-based security for a single management view
  3. Start building a Zero Trust architecture

Read on to unlock the remaining 2.

Vendor:
Microsoft
Posted:
Apr 29, 2021
Published:
Dec 16, 2020
Format:
HTML
Type:
Resource
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