What Are The Cybersecurity Threats With Work-From-Home?


If you’ve noticed more young faces around your office, it’s because the future of the workforce is young… millennials are projected to make up 75% of American workers by 2025. And this group has never known life without modern technology and mobile apps. It’s no surprise, then that companies are investing in more devices and technologies, but how should this influence their cybersecurity strategies? We asked Raymond Kimble, the Founder and CEO of KUMA, LLC for insight into this new set of challenges.

As more organizations are connected to the cloud because of their new digital expansion, they also expand the opportunities for bad actors to attack their critical infrastructure. Raymond weighs in on how private industry is protecting itself and why it matters.

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