Cybersecurity in the Remote Workforce Era

10 Ways to Reduce Risk of a Cyber Incident

Hackers have tuned into this pandemic and understand they now have increased opportunities to launch a successful attack. We’ve developed 10 effective ways your organization can reduce the risk of a cyber incident while employees are working from home.

Learning Objectives:

• What are the current cybersecurity pitfalls of working remotely?
• How can IT teams identify. prioritize and address vulnerabilities?
• What proactive measures can be taken while employees are working from home?
• What advice should leadership consider during this time?

Who would benefit from this checklist:

CIOs, CTOs, CFOs, Leadership, IT Directors/Managers, Compliance officers and any employee who is managing technology or sensitive data.  

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As a bonus, we will also give you a complimentary dark web report for employee credentials that may be exposed to hackers on the dark web.

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This free Dark Web Report offer is available to Tech-Gofer subscribers until April 15th, 2021. 

Challenges of Cybersecurity and Working From Home

Learn more about how having a remote workforce can impact your network and data security’s posture. This whitepaper outlines the top initiatives that can be implemented to harden your security.

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