How Remote Work Broke Cybersecurity and How to Fix It

The COVID-19 pandemic and the need for social distancing led to a tsunami of remote workers—and uncovered gaps in business continuity planning.

Organizations seeking to maintain operations had to scramble to quickly equip their employees with teleworking technologies that could give them access to the corporate applications and data they needed to do their jobs.

This whitepaper details the key technology and human factors that have created cybersecurity vulnerabilities during the current pandemic. It will also provide best practices for safeguarding your remote IT infrastructure and help you plan for future disruptions.

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With nearly 20 years of experience in the security industry, Travis Rosiek is a highly accomplished cyber defense professional having led several commercial and U.S. government programs. He is known for developing and executing strategic plans to build the technical capacity across product development, quality assurance, technical marketing, professional services and sales engineering. Prior to his role at BluVector, Rosiek held several leadership roles including CTO at Tychon and Federal CTO at FireEye as well as senior roles at CloudHASH Security, McAfee and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

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