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Many workers may be doing a poor job of guarding the company secrets as they work from home

New study finds that many who are working remotely are accessing company data on personal devices and many of those devices don't have even basic password protection

We’ll call it an open question. Are we really ready to inch back to business as usual?

Many Texas businesses are now allowed to open to 75% capacity. But if Texas is anything like national models, consumers might not be ready yet.

Ongoing poll to see how comfortable Americans are heading back out

Morning Consult has been asking the two biggest generations - Millennials and Baby Boomers - about their comfort level for different activities, like going out to eat, going to the movies, going to the mall, going to the gym or going to a museum. The percentage of people who felt OK about those activities are lower now than they were during other points in the pandemic.

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Work From Home could be a problem

Are you WFH: Working From Home and Wantonly Facilitating Hacking? Trend Micro, a global cybersecurity company with U.S. headquarters in Las Colinas, warns that many employees working from home might be risking the company secrets. Their survey shows 39% of remote workers are accessing corporate data using their personal devices. 

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The problem is, almost as many employees admit they don’t have even basic password protection on all their personal devices.