Cybersecurity Tips for Businesses & their Remote Workers

By Oliver Smith on The Capital

Oliver Smith
Aug 12, 2020 · 3 min read

There is a dire need to stay safe on the internet as it has become a space riddled with malicious links and viruses. Businesses are forced to implement WFH policy amid the Covid-19 outbreak. So remote workers are more vulnerable than ever before. Data breaches are becoming more frequent, ransomware attacks are skyrocketing, and crimes are rising up tremendously. So remote workers need actionable to-do’s that can help them stay alert and safe while working online.

6 Tips for Businesses:

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Stick to your own devices

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Use Authentication Methods

Secure Your Mobile Device

  • Use strong passwords
  • Secure your devices by biometric features
  • ensure you turn off your Bluetooth
  • Turn off to automatically connect to any public Wi-Fi
  • Download with caution

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