Working from home has its perks—but you'll need some cybersecurity best practices to avoid an uptick in risks. With more people working remotely than ever before, this is a prime season for hackers.
Think about it: your in-office network is likely protected 24/7, but can you say the same for your home network? And if you’re using a personal device for your professional work, you’re even more vulnerable to data leaks and breaches.
Fortunately, you don’t have to be an IT whiz to protect yourself, your data, and your company from scams, viruses, and other cybersecurity threats. More often than not, just paying attention and being aware can help you spot and prevent virtual dangers.
That’s why we’re offering this free guide on best practices for cybersecurity—to help you identify and guard against threats like:
• Phishing scams
• IT scams
Download “Scam Wise: Remote Security Dos and Don’ts” to help you shore up your digital defenses.