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Home Safe: 20 Cybersecurity Tips for Your Remote Workers

How can you protect your precious corporate endpoints from the mysterious dangers that might await when you're not by their side? Empower home office users with these tips.

Use Two Separate Machines

'Do work on your work computer and personal computing on your personal computer. If you intermix the two, you increase the chance that an infection will contaminate both your work and personal life. This will be especially bad if you get infected on a business email or communication and it moves over into your personal accounts.' 
--Zack Allen, director of threat operations, ZeroFOX 

Image Source: Adobe Stock (SasinParaska)

Use Two Separate Machines

"Do work on your work computer and personal computing on your personal computer. If you intermix the two, you increase the chance that an infection will contaminate both your work and personal life. This will be especially bad if you get infected on a business email or communication and it moves over into your personal accounts."
--Zack Allen, director of threat operations, ZeroFOX

Image Source: Adobe Stock (SasinParaska)

Ericka Chickowski specializes in coverage of information technology and business innovation. She has focused on information security for the better part of a decade and regularly writes about the security industry as a contributor to Dark Reading.  View Full Bio
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