10,000 Branches: Improving Security for the Remote Workforce
Instead of securing a home office and maybe a few branch locations, the massive shift to remote work has forced businesses to secure thousands of "branches" inside their employees' homes. How can they manage this huge task? In this CDW Tech Talk, explore how security must evolve amid changing workplace dynamics. To see more articles and videos from the CDW Tech Talk series, visit biztechmagazine.com/
Bob Bragdon, Host, CDW Tech Talk Series
J. Wolfgang Goerlich, Advisory CISO, Duo Security
Steve Thamasett, Senior Security Field Solution Architect, CDW
- The shift to employees working from home has created significant security threats, including unsecured Wi-Fi networks and users accessing corporate data from personal devices.
- Organizations should take a zero-trust approach to security, based on identity management and authentication, and place security policy controls around users no matter what their home networks look like.
- Design thinking can help organizations create cybersecurity controls that make the lives of employees and teammates easier while not compromising security.