By Josie Sephton
In a nutshell:
The issue of security when thinking about flexible working practices such as mobile working and
home working is of paramount importance to companies. However, while some companies see
security as an insurmountable challenge, others have been able to address it comfortably and
successfully. This ability to deal with security challenges is not simply down to chance, but rather
is a reflection of how well a company is managed, the extent to which it operates in a highcapability
IT environment and, of course, its approach to mobile technology.
- In spite of an ongoing shift in the way that people work, many companies struggle to
deal with the security challenges that arise as part of a shift to flexible working.
- Companies with a much broader deployment of mobile technology, which are much
better managed and more IT-capable, will also have less security challenges: all of
these areas are inter-related.
- Issues such as developing proper procedures for identity and access management,
keeping systems up-to-date, and protecting them against external threats are critical
elements which need to be included.
- Companies that aren’t there yet with security issues can’t ignore them forever, but may
need to think about more rigour with IT and management practices. However they can
move forward with confidence in the knowledge that other organisations have benefited
from putting the right management and technical measures in place.
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