The 5 things your work-from-home staff must do – in language they’ll understand

The 5 things your work-from-home staff must do – in language they’ll understand

With the majority of us still working from home, your weakest link is your own people. With that in mind, we’ve looked back over the past 18 months to pick out SC Media UK’s top-five remote-working tips (and how to get your employees to listen).


We all know the pandemic has sent a significant proportion of staff into remote working. And we all know this has increased the amount of attacks, the surface area for attacks, the risk of attacks – everything’s got harder, including sleeping at night for senior cybersecurity professionals.

Our weakest link is always our people – and it’s not really their fault. They’re employed to be good at their jobs, not to be savvy cybersecurity experts. So what is the bare minimum advice you can give remote workers? 

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