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The majority remote workforce requires a security rethink

When COVID-19 shutdowns turned homes into the new workplace for non-essential workers, businesses had a choice: stop work or add cloud networking and security technologies to keep workers productive as the enterprise went borderless. 

According to Infoblox‘s VP of Security Products, Craig Sanderson, the majority remote shift creates a more heterogeneous and hybrid infrastructure with more devices and an expanded terrain for hackers to infiltrate as they seek access to corporate assets. These challenges require security that emanates from the core of the network and stretches a single pane of visibility and protection across the entire technology stack to cover the edges too.