Remote workers rely on connected technologies to complete their tasks. Laptops, tablets, and smartphones are critical tools for those who don’t work in the office, allowing them to use the internet to access resources, submit assignments, and otherwise remain in contact.
All connected technologies can come with their fair share of vulnerabilities. Cybercriminals can exploit certain weaknesses, allowing them to access data or various business systems for a variety of malicious purposes.
Luckily, there are things you can do to help safeguard your remote workers and protect critical devices and systems from cyber risks. If you have remote employees, here are three things you can do to increase security.