When employees worked within the confines of an office and all data was stored on site, it was easier to implement a comprehensive cybersecurity model. However, with work attitudes changing and the necessity of remote work, businesses have been hard-pressed to transfer their existing cybersecurity model to work with the new paradigm. Customer data security, in particular, remains one of the most vital parts of a business’s cybersecurity strategy.
In this new work environment, businesses have to approach the problem of cybersecurity uniquely. Most employees may be using their own unsecured machines to access data on the company’s network, opening the business up to potential intrusion. Here, 15 experts from Forbes Business Council look into how a company can implement data security in a remote work environment that won’t disrupt the employees.