As organizations shift back to in-person working arrangements, it’s important that security teams make plans to perform vulnerability assessments and endpoint analyses, update security awareness and employee training, and revisit remote access and
authentication/authorization models and tools in use. In this piece we outline the key steps to take and pain points to watch when returning to in-office work after the pandemic.
When planning a company’s transition back to an in-person working environment, security teams should focus on several key issues. Based on many conversations with other clients and industry professionals, we outline five key steps security teams
should consider focusing on as they return to the office following the pandemic.
Security teams can expect several possible pain points when migrating back to office work environments:
All security teams should start planning now for the changes that will occur when organizations come back to the office. Some are short-term, and others will take longer. Keep these important initiatives in mind:
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