Remote working: We're on top of defending WFH, say IT leaders

'Security has been moved to devices rather than offices meaning all have the same protections'

John Leonard
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Remote working: We're on top of defending WFH, say IT leaders

Despite periodic exhortations from politicians and business leaders to "get people back to work," i.e. return currently largely home-based employees to office desks, it would seem that working from home (WFH) as part of a fully remote or hybrid model has bedded itself firmly into the national psyche and working practices.

Among 100 UK IT leaders polled in our recent cybersecurity research, the number seeing more WFH over the previous 12 months (20%) was perfectly balanced by those seeing less. The majority (60%) rep...

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