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The Zero Trust guide to remote worker security
Taking a page from the Zero Trust playbook for secure remote working.
With the recent increase in the number of employees working from home as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, the enterprise network has effectively become much larger, more dispersed, and more difficult to secure.
While organizations can implement Zero Trust strategies and tools to mitigate the additional risk introduced by an expanded mobile workforce, employees themselves can take a page from the Zero Trust playbook by ensuring they practice good cyber hygiene and remain vigilant.
Remote workers need to secure their home network, use applications responsibly, and lock down their devices. The Zero Trust security model trusts nothing and no one by default, and this strategy can be adopted by end-users to increase their security stature. Here’s how.