Data is big news. Whether it’s a tech company selling their users’ personal information, or a credit card company having a data breach that affects millions of people and potentially millions of dollars—data is on people’s minds these days.
With the current world-wide coronavirus pandemic, more people are working from outside the safety of their usual secure corporate networks. This opens your company up to a whole slew of new hacks and security concerns. Fortunately, there are options when it comes to locking down access to your proprietary data and internal systems.