Securing Your Organisations Remote Workforce


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In September 2021, legislation is set to be introduced to give employees the legal right to request to work from home, and to disconnect after working hours.

Remote employees, whether working fully remote or adopting a hybrid model, can give cyber criminals the opportunity to exploit vulnerabilities in a more widespread fashion, if the correct security controls aren’t in place or are misconfigured. In addition, employers simply no longer have the same control over the working environment any more. Sensitive documents and phone calls are much more likely to be exposed to non-employees as the places and ways in which we work continue to become more and more varied.


€3.62 million

The average cost

of a data breach

This increased by


when remote working

was a factor

287 days

the average time to

discover a data breach

This increased by

58 days

When more than 50%

of employees were

working remotely


How can we help you?
Our organisation was founded with remote working central to its operations. We have extensive knowledge of what it takes to create a robust cyber security posture for a remote workforce.

In our guide, ‘Securing Your Organisation's Remote Workforce’, we share with you the key steps to protecting your organisation and your workforce in a world of remote and hybrid working.


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