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Are Remote Workers Putting Your Company at Risk?

As flexible work schedules and working locations become more widespread and going remote increases the corporate attack ranges, users are increasingly exposed to targeted attacks that will affect the organizations.

A recent study conducted by Trend Micro highlighted that 39% of workers use personal devices to access data on the corporate network. Research shows that personal devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops, as well as home internet infrastructures, are not configured to the same level of security when compared with corporate environments. The recent pandemic has increased the need for remote working and put a spotlight on the need to improve online security outside of the office.

Read the about the good and the bad traits of remote workers via the SoS Daily News.

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