Cybercriminals took notice, causing companies to experience record-setting losses brought about by data breaches.
However, remote work is not a passing phenomenon – according to Gartner, 51% of knowledge workers will work remotely by 2022, which is a 24% increase when compared to 2019.
If remote work meant working from home at the beginning of the pandemic, it is now changing towards working from anywhere. Cybersecurity-wise, this means that an increasing number of workers will access their work networks through vulnerable networks, and additional security measures have to be put in place to mitigate the connected risks.
WFA: the dangers of public Wi-Fi and unsecured remote locations
The switch to home offices left managers dealing with several…