Work-From-Home Cyber Security Risks: Three Ways to Protect Your Network

Responding to the rapid increase in work-from-home cyber security incidents at small and midsized businesses (SMBs), DIGIGUARD is now focusing its Cyber Threat Protection Services on remote workforce IT security. "Managing and monitoring work-from-home (WFH) employees includes cybersecurity risk management. Controlling network access helps protect valuable business and customer data from cybercriminals," said DIGIGUARD's Harvey Yan. At a minimum, Yan urges SMBs do three things: Secure and update network perimeter defenses along with endpoints that access the network such as computers, laptops and mobile phones.

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