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15 November 2021 Kurt Haller

More devices results in more risk

"Homes of today are filled with numerous different connected IoT devices, many of which have known security vulnerabilities and potentially exposing vulnerabilities on the home network where the corporate laptop is residing.

It’s more important than ever to keep the corporate laptop patching levels up to date, but this is more challenging in a remote workforce."

Homes are now equipped with multiple smart devices such as TVs, refrigerators, ovens, cars, printers, computers, and mobile devices. As a result, the attack surface has widened.

To read how security professionals are dealing with remote working, read the white paper written by former Vodafone CISO, Bryan Littlefair. Link attached.

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