As we put 2020 in our rearview mirror, and look forward to 2021 with dewy-eyed optimism, I want to take a moment to celebrate cybersecurity and anticipate things to come.
Forrester gave Cisco the highest scores possible in the report in the criteria of zero-trust vision and strategy, market approach, zero-trust advocacy and the future state of zero-trust infrastructure.
Sometimes I feel like trying to keep up with the latest memes, trends and viral videos so that I can relate to them is like keeping up with the latest and greatest in InfoSec. As soon as I have a grasp on the latest threats, security strategies and tactics, the industry has pivoted onto the next new shiny thing, often before we have even really fully realized the last thing.
Working on a distributed team can be challenging. How do you develop a sense of team? How do you stay productive? How do you collaborate? Working on or managing a remote team can take a bit of panache, but it isn’t impossible. Here are some tips.
When I started at Duo my role was going to be 90% remote – and I had never worked like that before. I was accustomed to the routine and predictability of going into an office every day and logging in to my corporate machine, which was connected to everything I needed to do my job. Since then I have learned a few lessons on remote work I'd like to share with you.