Publication
March 23, 2020

For many in the United States and elsewhere, we are entering week two (or more) of mandatory or recommended work from home.  That means in many instances parts of apartments, condos and houses have been transformed into places of work.  That dining room table with the fancy centerpiece?  Now your laptop is the centerpiece and your papers are strewn around.  That guest room?  Now a makeshift office of its own.  And let’s not forget about everyone else who calls your new office home as well.  Roommates, significant others, spouses and children all pose distractions—and potential security risks—to your home office.  As we adjust to this new normal, what follows are some reminders and best practices for keeping data and information secure.

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