Whether it's a document sent over Slack or a game of conference call bingo unfolding on Zoom, telecommuting infrastructure has permeated our working lives. In fact, it increasingly seems as though our working lives are really just... our lives.
As employees shift towards working from home, proper applications must be deployed to support those trends - ensuring business continuity for organizations while delivering a frictionless experience for users.
Further, it's just as imperative to effectively secure those applications and the devices users rely on for access - whether a corporate-owned laptop or a personal tablet.
A program like bring your own device (BYOD), while implying using in
the office, is more of a concern at home due to the risks of unsecured WiFi, unauthorized users, risky downloads and web traffic, and the potential for phishing attacks to compromise corporate credentials.
However, those same problems tend to crop up on corporate devices as well - typically deemed a safer asset. Ultimately, regardless of the device, the human behind the machine presents risk.
On March 24th, join experts from IBM Security as they discuss how to enable and empower remote workers productivity without compromising security.
Product Marketing Manager, IBM Security
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