Even as Pfizer and Moderna announce apparently effective COVID vaccines that could jumpstart the economy, organizations in the public and private sectors will continue to grapple with the security implications of remote or hybrid work environments.

Last March's hasty dispatch of employees to work remotely as the pandemic bore down challenged even the most nimble of security teams. But supporting a hybrid workforce – one that accommodates workers migrating back to the office and those working from home – will bring its own set of security challenges.

“With the real possibility of future disruption to businesses and changed economic conditions, organizations would be foolish not to transition to a more agile workforce who can be effective working in the office or remotely,” said Brendan O’Connor, CEO of AppOmni.

Please register to continue.

Already registered? Log in.

Once you register, you'll receive:

  • News analysis

    The context and insight you need to stay abreast of the most important developments in cybersecurity. CISO and practitioner perspectives; strategy and tactics; solutions and innovation; policy and regulation.

  • Archives

    Unlimited access to nearly 20 years of SC Media industry analysis and news-you-can-use.

  • Daily Newswire

    SC Media’s essential morning briefing for cybersecurity professionals.

  • Learning Express

    One-click access to our extensive program of virtual events, with convenient calendar reminders and ability to earn CISSP credits.