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Securing the Hybrid Workforce with Netskope Zero Trust Data Protection and Endpoint DLP

Data no longer resides behind the four walls of the traditional enterprise perimeter—it’s everywhere, and can be accessed from seemingly anywhere, thanks to the rapid embrace of cloud by enterprises and the acceleration of hybrid work, or work-from-anywhere, behind the global pandemic.

Hybrid Work Is Only Viable with Unified Cybersecurity

It should be no surprise that both knowledge workers and the companies that employ them want to benefit from hybrid work environments. After two years of a new remote workplace routine, businesses must provide workplace flexibility to compete for the best talent, allowing employees the option of working from a corporate office or elsewhere.

Privacy and the death of security, what security teams need to know

As people start coming back to the office after working from home exclusively for two years, a hybrid work model will pose a series of challenges for security teams. One of these challenges involves reminding and reeducating workers about security best practices after two years of working remotely and using decentralized services.

Implementing endpoint and network security for a hybrid workforce model

The onslaught of the COVID-19 pandemic brought about many changes and disruptions in cybersecurity. Organizations globally shifted to remote work scenarios to enable their employees to work from the comfort of their homes. Since this was a sudden decision, many organizations lacked resources to ensure security while users were operating from locations across the world. These redefined security perimeters provided leeway for bad actors to perform cyberattacks.

Developing a risk-based approach to cybersecurity in the hybrid workforce model

The hybrid workforce model is a novel workplace trend that provides employees the freedom to work from their homes while occasionally reporting to their offices. At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations all over the world were forced to adopt remote working, or work-from-home, as the new norm. However, as organizations are gradually beginning to accommodate employees in their office spaces, a blended workplace model has become indispensable.

The Role of Zero Trust in Enabling Hybrid Work

Zero Trust…it’s probably one of the biggest IT buzzwords in the last decade. While it seems that every vendor claims to be an enforcer of zero trust, there is value behind the concept if you can cut through the marketing haze. One of the greatest areas of value is around enabling hybrid work for employees. Remote work and hybrid work have extended the corporate world to every home, and user device. The workforce must access wherever they are, from whatever device is in front of them.

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Fostering a culture of security with a hybrid workforce

Over the past two years, change has been rapid and widespread in the business world. The pandemic forced a frenzied shift to remote work, and the rushed adoption of new tools, workflows, and communication methods. Now, rather than cram back into the office all at once, many companies are testing the waters of hybrid work - either as a stepping stone or an indefinite transformation.