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Most companies sent their employees home to work in March 2020, adding to the threat vectors of cyberattacks. Employees who had never worked remotely suddenly found themselves sitting at their kitchen table trying to manage their day of work. Tasks, such as security, that were traditionally “someone else’s job” are now the responsibility of every employee. You were forced to become the cybersecurity engineer for your home network and, hopefully, had support from their employer.
Here are some tips to assist the new home-based cybersecurity engineer to protect their home network from cyberattacks.
Managing a Wireless Network