With a third of the population currently working remotely and great uncertainty regarding when this situation is going to change, organizations must shift their business operations to support long-term remote working
"According to a recent Gartner survey, the biggest barrier to effective remote work is poor technology and/or infrastructure for remote work," writes Dan Conrad
in HelpNet Security
"As organizations work to update their technology and infrastructure to support the ever-growing remote workforce, it's imperative that security isn't left on the backburner. With the separation between an individual's work and private life being blurred between working from home and sheltering in place, it's essential for organizations to implement its first line of security defense. To help mitigate potential risks, CISOs and IT managers should deploy multi-factor authentication (MFA) to ensure their remote workforce is secure..."
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