With an increasing number of states mandating that non-critical employees work from home, every company must confront the question of how they can maintain a reasonable level of cyber security while systems operations are disrupted and security personnel may be unable to work from their security operations center. Additionally, the rapidity with which the situation changed limited the time that companies had to make architectural changes to their network or to modify their operations to support a large work from home user base.
SANS put together a toolkit to help organizations educate themselves and their workforce in light of many of our new working environments…our homes.
It’s important to remember that while IT may be loosening some restrictions to allow an increased amount of remote access, basic security protections, detections and response efforts should not be loosened.
Watch Kroll’s work from home cyber security tips in the video below: