As businesses shift to hybrid work models, they must invest more in end-user security. With employees and third-parties accessing various locations and networks, it has become increasingly difficult to ensure these assets are protected against unauthorized access and breaches. To address these challenges, companies must deploy comprehensive DLP strategies, identity and access management controls, a zero-trust security model, and SaaS management solutions. Additionally, companies can collapse their security stack into a single control point – the corporate browser – to ensure that their team members can access corporate data and applications with complete security.
In conclusion, hybrid work models present a variety of security challenges that companies must be prepared to address. By deploying comprehensive DLP strategies, identity and access management controls, a zero-trust security model, SaaS management solutions, and a corporate browser, businesses can ensure that their corporate assets are secure and compliant with company policies and regulations.