More employees are remote than ever before. Here’s how to make sure that doesn’t lead to breaches.
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The COVID-19 pandemic has completely disrupted our normal way of doing things, and this is especially true of how employees go to work. As millions of Americans transition to working from home as part of social-distancing precautions, many analysts are predicting that the impact on where we work will last long after the pandemic ends.
Indeed, remote work has several advantages for employers and employees. Studies have reported greater levels of job satisfaction, less stress and higher productivity. Many employers have given feedback indicating improved retention, while also being able to reduce office expenses.
Of course, despite these opportunities, remote work also presents several challenges — one of the biggest being how to keep work-related information secure when someone