Remote work is becoming more permanent in 2021, and cybersecurity must adapt to it!

Remote work is becoming more permanent in 2021, and cybersecurity must adapt to it!

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The pandemic has changed our society and how we work and learn. Now remote work, remote learning and telehealth are critical for most businesses. But, the bad actors recognize this and are trying to take advantage of these remote efforts. So, cybersecurity postures must adapt and account for these remote environments.

We are seeing a lot of organizations in both private and public sector move to Zero Trust to ensure a stronger security posture and to reduce the risk. It is especially suite to remote environments with it “Never Trust, Always Verify” approach.

? If you are concerned about your growing attack surface and increased attack vectors, then take a look at Zero Trust, especially the identity stack.


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Mark Lynd (CISSP, ISSAP, ISSMP), Head of Digital Business at Netsync is Top ranked global thought leader, author, speaker and practitioner for, AI, Data Center, IoT and Cybersecurity. He has been an