Office Reopening and It’s Time to Head Back In? How Smart Forethought Can Improve Cybersecurity When Reopening Offices

CPO Magazine

25 Jun 2020

Kristen Mathews co-authored an article for CPO Magazine covering the increased threat of criminal and malicious cybersecurity activity as businesses prepare to transition back to the office.

“We can predict that cybersecurity criminals will seek to take advantage of cybersecurity vulnerabilities that have been, and will be, introduced by transitions between office and home workplaces,” according to Kristen. “Information security professionals can be proactive by emboldening their security monitoring and detective capabilities prior to shifting back to the workplace.

She added that “staggering return-to-work schedules can avoid the en masse return of employees to their offices, giving IT professionals, and their tools, the time they need to scan massive amounts of data and to remediate vulnerabilities that are uncovered.”

Read the full article.



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