Are you confident in the security of your work-from-home environment?

I actually feel good about it. I'm not all that worried about it right now, to be honest. There is always room to improve and iterate, but I feel like we have a strong foundation.

Anonymous Author
I actually feel good about it. I'm not all that worried about it right now, to be honest. There is always room to improve and iterate, but I feel like we have a strong foundation.
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Anonymous Author
We're professional services. We've got one corporate office and then 200 people that went onsite to clients. We were pretty well remote-friendly, anyway. We're loaded up with security software (Zscaler, Netskope, CrowdStrike, etc.). Got a cocktail right, all loaded up on the laptop.
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Anonymous Author
Comfortable, but not over confident
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Anonymous Author
No. I believe no one should be confident. Covid has accelerated WFH and introduced the challenge of securing not just one or few offices, but potentially thousands. As we’ve seen with recent hacks (SolarWi, Microsoft Exchange, FireEye, Facebook) the frequency and severity of attacks seems to have increased of late. With the increasing use of cloud services and various different devices, there just seems to be more points of weakness attackers could exploit, not just at the end point but throughout the software supply chain.
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