How to Secure Hybrid Workforces and Remote Teams

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Whether your workforce is hybrid or remote, the chances are that you're facing some brand-new security concerns even as you try to navigate the world of COVID-19. Luckily, there are a few simple steps you can take to secure your workforce, no matter where they are.

Simple Security, Even From Home

Remote and hybrid workforces face unique challenges and have to dodge risks they've probably never encountered before. In order to best support your team, you want to make security reliable and stress-free but still effective--and, believe it or not, that's not only possible but simple with the right tools.

Here's how to get started!

#1: Consider document management.

Document management may not be your go-to for digital security--but it should be. This powerful solution can help minimize human error, eliminate the risks of sharing files across multiple locations, and secure your data no matter where your team is working.

#2: Be wary when it comes to personal devices.

Personal devices can be great, but they can also be a big risk for remote teams. That's not to say you should get rid of them; instead, make sure they're protected by your security processes, connected to secure networks, and using only reliable apps for sensitive data.

#3: Prepare for the worst.

It's wise to hope for the best and prepare for the worst in all security matters. Have data backups, clarify emergency guidelines for your hybrid workforce, and understand where and how a digital attack or breach is most likely to occur.


Security can be stressful, especially when you're navigating all the new challenges posed by having hybrid workforces or completely remote teams. However, you're never helpless; be vigilant, consider all of your options, and prepare for bad news, so you're ready if it strikes.

Remember, document management can make a big difference in remote security. Contact us today to find out how!

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