The pandemic may have accelerated the worldwide trend of working remotely, but the concept traces its roots back to the 1970s. Amidst the oil crisis of 1973, Jack Niles, a NASA engineer, pitched the idea of telecommuting as an alternative to the central office. Fast-forward to 2020, and 88% of businesses worldwide went remote during the pandemic—with 74% of them planning to shift at least some teams to permanent remote.
The Rise of Cybersecurity In a Work From Home World. A recent Vistatec/KnowBe4 inspired cybersecurity webinar discussed the increased importance of work-from-home cybersecurity. Major security breaches are becoming increasingly common; … Continue readingWork From Home Cybersecurity