How To Maintain Security When Employees Work Remotely: 4 Common Challenges
The Enterprisers Project, April 27th, 2020
April 27, 2020,
Volume 265, Issue 5

Security fundamentals still apply. But your previous definition of human error probably didn't account for an employee helping kids navigate distance learning, checking on a vulnerable neighbor, or battling hard-to-escape COVID-19-related anxiety

"Some security issues never change: Human fallibility is always in play, even the most secure systems come with inherent risks, and bad actors will eternally seek out any and every chance to exploit vulnerabilities.

It makes sense, then, that cybersecurity sometimes feels like a long-term series of 'the more things change, the more they stay the same' episodes. This is also why security advice tends to adapt to new environments rather than getting a hard reboot. Even with major shifts such as the widespread adoption of cloud, principles like least privilege don't go away. (If anything, least privilege got a new turn in the spotlight.)..."

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