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A remote team comes with a swarm of pros and cons. With workers relying on their home networks – and sometimes their own devices – one of the major rising concerns is network security.

According to CIO Applications, over 3000 security workers from the USA, Europe and APAC have confirmed that the transition to remote working has significantly affected the network security infrastructure at several businesses.

“In order to house seamless operations from remote locations, a number of companies intentionally disabled their remote security measures. Needless to say, putting comfort over security or viceversa, can’t yield positive results. ” shares Paolo Toro, CEO of 820 Eight Twenty.

Cybersecurity can’t be a ‘nice to have’ for business – it is an absolute necessity. Additionally, it is imperative that companies invest in a robust, integrated suite of cybersecurity that prevent and mitigate ransomware threats. It’s time to reimagine the network of the future to support a remote or hybrid workforce and gain the flexibility to change and become resilient for anything that might come along.