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Securing your offline remote workforce with MFA

Twenty percent of IT enterprises experienced a breach due to a remote worker during the pandemic, says a report by Malwarebytes Labs. Choosing to let employees work remotely comes with pros and cons—the cons primarily being unanticipated security vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities are more likely to occur because of employee ignorance, rather than a network or system malfunction.


4 Steps to Safeguarding SD-WAN in Response to Rise of Remote Work

Ensuring employees operate securely regardless of location has grown in importance over the last several years as the number of people working remotely has exploded. These workers are most likely operating within a software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN). They use SD-WAN to work with data that is now processed more and more in many different cloud services.


Five new cybersecurity challenges posed by hybrid or remote work

Hybrid work, which involves splitting the working week between in-office and remote work time, is the new normal that many companies have been adapting to after the COVID-19 pandemic crisis forced them to work remotely to continue providing services. A recent study indicates that, in fact, 58% of companies have been encouraged to promote a hybrid return to the office. In addition, it estimates that 48% of employees will be following a hybrid or remote model in the next two years.


Understanding Evolving Insider Risks in a Hybrid World

Insider risks are threats that already have access to an organization’s sensitive information. They are people who have physical access to the organization’s buildings and credentials to sign-on to the network. But maybe more importantly, they’re familiar with the organization’s processes, they speak the company lingo, and they know where the important assets reside.

The remote IT workforce boom and ways to face it

When the entire world decided to shut down following the COVID-19 outbreak, did it stop organizations from doing their work? Did banks and hospitals take a break? Many had to carry on their daily routine to keep the world alive. Employees were scattered across every corner of the world. Yet sysadmins were still expected to maintain control of the endpoints in the organization and troubleshoot issues instantly.

Top 10 Mistakes of Security Officers in Protecting Remote Workplaces

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced organizations to temporarily transition to remote work environments. Two years have passed, but the remote work trend is still with us, with over 75% of people worldwide working remotely at least once a week. As telecommuting concerns more cybersecurity experts around the world, some security officers still make drastic mistakes in configuring and managing remote environments.

Top Security Elements For The Hybrid Workspace

Did you know over 80% of people wish to work from home at least one day a week? During the pandemic, most of the workforce was forced to explore remote working options - and the luxuries that come with working from home. Are you considering implementing a hybrid workplace to improve the employee experience? Keep reading as we discuss the best security elements to support hybrid working, and ensure your employees feel comfortable working in the office.

The Future Of Security For Work From Home

James Rees, Andy Johnson, and Aaron Thundercliffe talk about the future of security for working from home. Andy Johnson Andy Johnson is the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at HighSide. Andy leads product, engineering and QA teams to deliver HighSide's world class cybersecurity products. A software engineer by trade, Andy works closely with other business leaders to plan, architect, build and bring to market impactful features.