Your employees can fire off emails from their iPhones while waiting to check out at Whole Foods, edit Google Docs on iPads once their kids give the devices back after Peppa Pig marathons, and track leads in SalesForce while sitting in the park with a laptop. But the ease of working remotely also increases the difficulty of keeping your company’s information secure.
To maintain personal privacy and protect sensitive business information, employers need to make remote workers aware of cybersecurity threats and develop ways to reduce risk. Of course, on-site employees face security hazards, too. Haven’t you repeatedly