While remote working certainly isn’t a novel phenomenon, the COVID-19 pandemic caused the scale of workers conducting business from home to build sizably, a trend that may not even completely reverse itself once shutdowns have lifted. The implication for corporate legal departments likely won’t be a complete cybersecurity overhaul, but instead a very deliberate reexamination of how they are protecting their networks and evaluating data privacy risks.

Ken Jenkins, principal and founder of the cybersecurity solutions provider EmberSec, had previously told Corporate Counsel that one of his clients had begun to focus more on securing the organization’s endpoints than the corporate office. But such an undertaking is also not without its complications.

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