UEM is finding its place in corporate security in the face of the work-from-home directive brought on by COVID-19 Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, teams all over the globe have had to adjust to working remotely.
Naturally, the transition can be rocky for those who are unfamiliar with the process, but perhaps more of a concern is how remote teams can stay secure online while away from the safety of office networks.
Personal internet connections are often more vulnerable to cyberattacks, so remote employees pose a threat to sensitive company information such as login and financial details. Not to mention, some criminals are actually leveraging the pandemic to prey on the uncertainty of people by tailoring harmful content to COVID-19. For example, in the UK, hackers have sent phishing emails posing as the official tax office and offering a refund for those who enter their bank card Numbers.