The CISO’s guide to preparing a Covid-19 exit strategy
While governments and public healthcare specialists are looking into the timing and manner of reopening the economy, it is clear that at some point in the hopefully not-too-distant future restrictions will be eased and businesses will return to normal operations.
Returning to recently-vacated offices will certainly signify a return to normality, and for most, that will be a welcome relief after working from home for an extended period. However, just as the shift to working from home required organisations to adapt and act differently, so will the return to the office. In this post, we discuss the preparation CISOs should consider making to offset a number of security implications that arise from returning your workforce from home and back to the office.
Making sure returning devices are safe to use
When returning to the office, employees will haul back all the IT equipment they have used at home. Some of this is trivial office equipment like screens, docking stations and cables, but computing devices can be...