Time for Security Review to Continue #WFH or Hybrid

Rooted In Revenue

Jun 16 2021 • 25 mins

When we all were sent home suddenly, not everything was ready for this transition, including the security of the workspace we were cobbling together at home, in closets, on kitchen tables, our cars, coffee shops. Many companies have continued to evolve policies, purchase equipment for those working remotely. But many haven't been able to. This episode will help those companies start that thought process and catch up.

Michael says, "Treat your remote and home network the same way you would your corporate environment. Having policies in place that you review regularly helps you stay on top of this."

Michael tells the story of someone who was able to work from home, but what the company didn't realize, she was sharing the computer with her student daughter. This left a lot of vulnerability because the company didn't send her home with a dedicated computer, or cite the requirements to protect company information and that of their clients. This episode helps us pick up where we left off when we started working from home. Many aren't going back. It's working out well. Follow these tips to ensure it continues to work better and improve constantly.


About Michael Blood, President, Matraex, Inc.

App Visionary & Strategist | Project Consultant | Remove Project Constraints & Risks and Guide Development Teams to Realize Those Breakthrough Moments | Always on The Lookout For That Next Big Opportunity Throughout his career, he's led project idea development, design, architecture, and road-mapping. At times, he's consulted on and taken over projects that were stalled and needed an innovative breakthrough or alternative solution. What he finds exciting about application/software development is its expansion with near-endless possibilities. He's very passionate about taking an idea and making it come to fruition. This is true whether it's a business, project in development, or guiding his teams.