The corporate workplace is rapidly changing. Traditional norms of working at a physical location are becoming obsolete and working remotely is the new norm. A recent study suggest that more than 40 percent of Americans telecommute part-time and some industries (finance, software, management) now have as much as 38 percent of their staff working remotely full-time. Working remotely redefines the workplace. Employees are no longer confined to corporate offices, facilities, or even devices. This new paradigm has numerous benefits to both the employer and employee (cost, flexibility, morale, etc.). This new model also, however, creates new challenges for . . .
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United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation: Panic or Celebration?
- Maryland’s Landmark Legislation: Cybersecurity Now More Attainable for Small Business
- IN DEFENSE OF DEMOCRACY: Civil Liberties and Cybersecurity
- What’s the Big Hurry? The Urgency of Breach Notification
- Compliance: Complexity to Simplicity
- The Next Generation of Defensive Cyberspace Operators
- SCANNERS and CONSULTANTS and PEN TESTS Oh My!
- Modern Data Security: Worse Than you Think
- The Paradox of Infosec and the Dropping of a Socket
- Zero Days and Zero Trust: Microsegmentation and Security in a World of Many
- 40% Of Breaches are Related to Credit Card Data: Is Payment Software Secure?
- Data Classification That Honors Business Value, Part 2
- The Industrialization of Cybersecurity Red and Blue Teaming
- The Zimmerman Telegram, Enigma, and Inter-Agency Data Sharing
- Small Business Strategies for Protecting Computer Credentials