People did their best to make work-from-home setups tolerable throughout the pandemic this year. Today’s columnist, Neel Lukka of CurrentWare, offers some tips for security pros to keep home workers safe and strategies for coming out of the pandemic next year. (AdamChandler86/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Security teams have faced a great challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ve had to make it possible for work to continue securely – yet do it at a time where the network perimeter has been obliterated. While it’s a unique challenge, there are steps security teams can take to lock down remote workers. Here are some tips based on our work over the past 10 months.

1.Distribute a work-from-home policy.

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