Managing Common Cybersecurity Risks For In-Office, Hybrid & Remote Workers

One vulnerable area has to do with the human factor of the workplace. Weak and unsecured passwords pose a major threat to an operation, whether the employee is at home or not. However, cybercriminals recognize some remote workers may be laxer in their security practices. As such, organizations should set policies regarding password strength and management. These policies might include banning the use of repeated passwords and personal information within credentials to further reduce vulnerability. Similarly, organizations should consider security solutions, such as an Authentication-as-a-Service platform, to better protect their networks from unwelcome access.

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