Five Common Remote Employee Security Risks
Look Out for These Remote Employee Security RisksUnsecured Wi-FiWhen working from a brick-and-mortar location, it’s much easier to monitor your employee’s internet usage to make sure they are using an encrypted network (such as a VPN). An unsecured Wi-Fi connection is arguably one of the most dangerous risks your remote employees can take. In turn, your remote employees are all but laying out a welcome mat to unscrupulous internet denizens. Use of Personal DevicesFinally, the use of personal devices from your remote employees can pose a major threat to your business’s security. There are many common signs that a remote employee has exposed your company.