Avast CISO shares tips and advice for SMBs to transition their workforce securely
The world of work is changing as we all try to adjust to protecting ourselves, and companies that can are rushing to prepare for extended periods of work from home. This brings some substantial challenges for IT and security managers. The head of the company which makes Slack documented its own journey in this Twitter stream and it can be instructive for those of you that are making your own transition into becoming a 100% work from home (WFH) staff.
This is my first-hand experience on the front lines of our own evolution here at Avast. Yes, like Slack, we are a technology company which has employees across many countries and continents. But we have had to make some adjustments. Here are some lessons learned and a few pointers to help your own efforts.
While there are many challenges with WFH, there is also a lot of upside in improving your resilience and overall security posture and potential productivity benefits too.
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