With the seemingly ever-present news of security breaches and ransomware attacks hitting major companies in our supply chain, doing nothing is not an option. Stolen credentials are an easy way for cybercriminals to "walk in the front door" and take what they want or encrypt everything and hold it for ransom.
There is no question that business today is radically different than it was prior to 2020. These changes over the last 18 months brought about new challenges in cybersecurity and how businesses need to think about keeping their network, and data, safe.
The remote workforce exploded in this past year, due to work-from-home mandates caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. This forced companies to adapt a remote work model, with little to no remote infrastructure.
For most businesses, the goal was simply to get users up and running remotely.