CEDIA Interim Co-CEO Giles Sutton, a member of the Forbes Business Council, weighs in on growing cybersecurity concerns and realities as remote work becomes more of a way of life globally. His key message in the Forbes story? The onus is on employers to be proactive and provide tools to their workforce:
“A network is only as secure as its most vulnerable device,” Sutton says in 15 Proven Methods To Preserve Security In Remote Work Environments
. “For true security, companies should give employees the tools to secure all the devices on their network, not just their work-issued phone or laptop.”
Sutton was joined in the piece by fellow members of the Forbes Business Council, which includes leaders from the web design, financial growth, healthcare, and sales intelligence worlds.
The council is an invitation-only organization for successful small and mid-sized business owners who have been selected based on their depth and diversity of experience in leadership, management, customer engagement, technology, and growth.