Remote working flips cyber security on its head

Regulatory protocol, device and network security and employee support must all be considered when working remotely

23rd May, 2020
Remote working flips cyber security on its head
Michael Conway, director of Renaissance

Remote working, staggering staff hours or, indeed, going into a temporary closure are affecting all businesses during the pandemic – but one thing that cannot be made redundant, despite the current shape of your business, is cyber security.

How we work has changed – but it is not a temporary stopgap, warns cyber security company Renaissance. This ‘abnormal’ will become the normal, so systems need to be configured now to ensure a safe environment for...

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