Flexibility is one of the benefits of working remotely. However, data security concerns are serious threats ranging from using unsecured Wi-Fi networks to carrying confidential documents to and from the office. To avoid a data breach, both company executives and employees should share equal responsibility.
Businesses across the globe have had to adapt to the new reality of the workplace: allowing the employees to work from home to keep everyone safe during the pandemic. However, it seems a new hybrid model has appeared, as employers are now combining remote and in-office models to allow workers more flexibility. But is your […]
Remote work is more popular than ever – but despite its various advantages, there are a few security risks you need to think about to ensure your network stays secure while employees work remotely. Take the following steps to make sure you address common vulnerabilities. Install Antivirus & Anti-Malware Software Employees working remotely have […]
Moving to a remote work environment can be stressful for you and your employees. But protecting them from cyber threats doesn’t have to be. In this blog from West County Computers, we’ll take a look at a few of the simplest ways you can protect your remote workers from common cyber threats. Install Antivirus, […]
If you’ve recently made the switch to remote work or are allowing employees to work from home at your company, you may be wondering how you can maintain your cyber security. In this blog from West County Computers, we’ll take a look at a few simple methods for locking down your business data while your […]