How to Protect Employees Working From Home – CurrentWare in SCMag

Looking to improve the cybersecurity of your employees while they work from home?CurrentWare’s managing director Neel Lukka provides insights in his guest article for SC Magazine – “Lock down home workers with a mix of tech, tools, and policies”.

Security pros face unending attacks and challenges as they try to maintain business continuity while employees work-from-home. Now that the majority of the staff works beyond the network perimeter, the escalating threats are real, driving opportunistic threat actors to ramp up their phishing efforts. For example, Google found earlier this year that 18 million phishing emails per day directly reference COVID-19.

Faced with these attacks, here are five ways security pros can deploy a mix of tools and policies that bolster security and mitigate the vulnerabilities that come with remote work:

Article Highlights

  • Add additional controls for remote authentication
  • Ensure secure remote access to files and applications
  • Protect corporate networks from insecure endpoints
  • Increase network visibility and secure cloud services
  • Enforce employee security standards

How to Assess the Productivity of Remote Workers

Want to learn how to assess the productivity of remote workers? CurrentWare’s marketing coordinator Dale Strickland wrote “How to Assess the Productivity of Remote Workers” for TrainingMag.com this month. Click here to read the article.


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Dale Strickland
Dale Strickland
Dale Strickland is a Marketing Coordinator for CurrentWare, a global provider of endpoint security and employee monitoring software. Dale’s diverse multimedia background allows him the opportunity to produce a variety of content for CurrentWare including blogs, infographics, videos, eBooks, and social media shareables.