A cybersecurity posture is essentially the total procedures, policies, and services that an organization uses to defend itself from cyber attack. Companies evaluate their security risk then develop policies, employee training procedures, and, if they have the resources, malware, virus, and other threat detection services, focusing on their most vulnerable assets.
In short, a cybersecurity posture describes an organization’s cyber threat readiness and identifies areas where this readiness can be improved.
Remote employee management refers to the methods of managing remote workers. Whether they are seasoned in-field professionals or office workers newly adjusting to working from home, the approaches may be different but the data collection and analysis will be similar.
In these fraught times, especially, managers must take special care to account for their employees’ mental states.