As organizations establish work-from-home initiatives, maintaining business continuity and productivity is critical. Security is key to the success of this transition. In fact, it’s more than important than ever, given the current global pandemic. Cybercriminals will take advantage of any (perceived) weakness, as they have done recently by creating phishing campaigns pretending to come from the Centers for Disease Control or the World Health Organization.
There are many things organizations can do to ensure employees stay healthy and safe while also maintaining resiliency. Central to this is making sure the organization keeps running securely, particularly when it comes to the security operations center (SOC.) How do companies remain resilient during these times? It’s time to look at the work-from-home SOC.