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Remote Work Enviroments

If there is one positive result of forcing a total quarantine shut down of businesses world-wide, it is that organizations can understand and verify the power and functionality of a digital transformation.

Organizations can now explore new and untapped opportunities they had not previously considered possible; however, it is crucial that businesses assess, monitor, and re-enforce the proper security controls, policies, and procedures that have been adapted to include total or partial decentralized work environments with remote users.

Your company may find it beneficial to take a page from businesses that have implemented Governance, Risk, and Compliance initiatives already.  There are some common policies and procedures that are shared amongst these organizations, regardless of the vertical market they live in.

Here are the most common policies and procedures your company can create to be more secure in this new remote work environment.  (Learn More)

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