21 Cybersecurity Best Practices for Your Hybrid Workforce
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THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC UNARGUABLY SHOOK THE WORLD LIKE NO OTHER EVENT BEFORE IT. ITS IMPACT WAS FELT IN EVERY SECTOR, WITH MOST BUSINESSES RELYING ON REMOTE WORK TO STAY AFLOAT DURING THE CHAOS. However, with the recent rollout of vaccines, there is hope that businesses can do away with the fully remote model since it provides less space for collaboration. Many companies have touted hybrid work environments as the best option moving forward. A hybrid environment brings together elements of traditional on-site work and remote work. Employees will have the choice to work from home, at the office or split time between both. While hybrid environments have advantages such as flexibility and good productivity, there are disadvantages like heightened cyber risks. These risks are especially conspicuous since many endpoints operate outside the secure corporate perimeter in a distributed work environment.