Recently, Pew Research Center revealed that 59% of U.S. workers say their jobs can be done from home and they are working from home all or most of the time. As we inch closer to post-pandemic recovery, it is evident that remote work, to some degree, is here to stay.
While remote and hybrid work has become increasingly popular—completely revolutionizing global talent acquisition and onboarding processes—privacy and cybersecurity threats remain grave concerns for many businesses and HR leaders. This is especially true given the volume of employees using both personal and work-issued devices for work-related tasks. Security is