Although businesses have been tasked with addressing a number of remote assets associated with off-site resources such as a sales force that’s often mobile, the number of remote endpoints has grown exponentially. The laptops and mobile devices needed to facilitate working from home full-time for a large percentage of their workers given recent global events has exploded. Companies across all spectrums are challenged with establishing and maintaining an appropriate security posture holistically across their entire Information Technology environment.
While one recent primary driver for this increase in the remote workforce may be the current pandemic, at least one recent study suggests that 67% of organizations who responded expect that work from home (WFH) policies which have been implemented in response to the pandemic will remain in place either long-term or perhaps permanently. As such, it’s imperative that organizations not only address these issues in the short-term, but…