In the recent article from the Kansas City Business Journal titled “4 tips to keep data safe while working remotely,” BARR Advisory founder and president, Brad Thies, shared cybersecurity best practices for the remote workforce now that we are all online more than ever as a result of COVID-19.
In the article by technology writer, Leslie Collins, Thies shares four important tips to reduce risk and protect data in the new remote work environment:
- Use multi-factor authentication
- Decide who’s accountable
- Amp up security with video conferencing
- Monitor mobile device use
Thies outlines specific steps businesses and employees can take to achieve each of these four best practices. Read the full article here.